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How to write fairytale princesses that are truly empowered (and the mistakes Disney made with Beauty and the Beast)

Walt Disney didn't invent the fairy tale, but he sure brought it into popular culture by turning these morality tales that teach children help teach them how to behave in the world into films. But as science and technology progresses, so does our collective sense of morality. How does that change the modern fairy tale...?

Disney in the slums of Uganda: How one screenwriter struggled to get it right for Queen of Katwe

ScreenwritingU looks at how one writer adapted an ESPN article about a child prodigy from Uganda, traveled to African and played a little chess along the way.

Writing partners Josie McGibbon and Sara Parriott on DESCENDANTS

Thirty years after starting their career as writing partners in Hollywood, Josie McGibbon and Sara Parriott are still making waves. Their latest feature is the Disney Channel Original Movie, Descendants. What happens when the Disney villains have kids and then those kids go to high school with the Disney heroes? A big mess of fun and ...

Screenwriter Tom Rogers on TINKER BELL AND THE LEGEND OF THE NEVERBEAST

Do you have an idea about creating an expansive world for your screenplay? Perhaps you want to invent a world as massive as Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings. Screenwriter Tom Rogers goes through the process step-by-step as he worked with the writers and animators at Disney Pictures to develop the animated world of the new Tinker Bell series...
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