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How To Plan A Screenplay

Planning a screenplay isn’t child’s play; you need to be a professional to write the script. Not every writer can write a good screenplay, and you must have a thoughtful mind, lots of time, experience writing scripts, and not be intimidated to know how to plan a screenplay. It is necessary to draw a definitive, regimented structure that could be […]

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How To Write A Phone Conversation In A Screenplay

Writing a screenplay isn’t an easy task; you need a quiet place with lots of time and energy. You have to execute many things about the script such as writing about the characters, plot, conflict, scenes, objectives, and conversation. If there is a phone conversation in the script between the protagonist or antagonist or the other screenplay characters, you must […]

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How To Write Character Development For A Script

Character matters; if you want to be a professional screenwriter, you must know all the techniques and formatting styles to write a script and character development. When you watch some TV show or movie series, you cannot imagine the arcs are confined to different time frames within the development throughout multiple episodes. Defining how to write character development for a […]

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How To Write An Action Scene

Screenwriting is challenging for a new writer and writing an action scene is difficult, but practice can make you perfect, and good understanding of how to do write one can form a good script. Every movie needs climaxes and battles or chasing scenes to make a successful story because it’s what the audience wants. Most people like to watch thrilling […]

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How To Make Your Screenplay Valuable

Do you know how to make your screenplay valuable? If you were able to sign up and read my free guide, then you probably know that I’ve advised you to make you screenplay valuable. I suggested youtube, blogging, and podcasting as a means of building a following which you can then turn into support for your personal projects. That probably […]

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6 Tips To Write A Killer Logline

A Logline is a tool used to sell your idea. The screenplay starts with the logline and is the first to be considered in the production company read by industry professionals. Knowing how to write a logline is an essential skill to have before writing a script as the logline is a short introduction of the movie under 20 minutes. […]

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5 Ways To Come Up With Original Movie Ideas

Some writers have notepads full of script ideas but couldn’t find the time to write the story to one of them. Sometimes, you stare at the laptop screen and waste hours without writing a single piece of work. You might want to know 5 ways to come up with original movie ideas. Well, it’s not possible, or everyone’s not blessed […]

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13 Reasons Why The Screenwriting Subreddit Is A Cesspool

If these 13 reasons why the screenwriting subreddit is a cesspool doesn’t dissuade you from venturing to this subreddit, then you need to get your head checked. You read that title correctly, but it’s a monstrous understatement. It’s a hoard of some of the most untalented, pretentious jackasses I’ve ever had the displeasure of reading the comments of. But you […]

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How To Write Verbal Irony

Do you know how to write verbal irony? And do you know what it is? Verbal irony is tied directly to language that’s used every day, making it the most common form of irony. So, what is it? And does it have different subtypes? When using verbal irony in your script, it provides depth and complexity to the dialogue and […]

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What Screenwriters Can Learn From Final Fantasy Characters For Their Fantasy Script

Screenwriting and Final Fantasy? You might be wondering how they’re related. Believe it or not, what screenwriters can learn from final fantasy characters for their fantasy script is how to use the different type of characters. When you’re writing a fantasy script, it would greatly behoove you to make use of these 6 types of characters: The Whipping Boy The […]

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