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I Want To Be A Screenwriter – Rewriting A Screenplay

I Want To Be A Screenwriter

Rewrite… No other word creates such foreboding in the heart of a screenwriter. This dread has no basis. In the end, rewrites are just part of the development process. The never-ending script Let’s think about life. It begins with a… Continue Reading

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How To Write A Screenplay – Movie Dialogue

How To Write A Screenplay

You can argue that of all the different aspects making up a movie, it is the dialogue that is most closely associated with the screenwriter. It’s where the scribe stops toiling behind the red curtain and steps out into the full… Continue Reading

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I Want To Be A Screenwriter – When Will I Be Rich?

I Want To Be A Screenwriter

Recently, I came across another writer who made a very interesting point – one that has never really registered with me up until now. He suggested that many aspiring screenwriters assume the only thing standing between them and everlasting success is… Continue Reading

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How To Write A Screenplay – Film Scenes

How To Write A Screenplay

In my previous posts, I’ve covered the strategic aspects of developing a screenplay: concepts, themes, characters, plot, structure, and so on. Now we can turn to the actual writing. First stop… The scenes. Film scenes Scenes are the sub-units that… Continue Reading