How to Write a Captivating Psychological Thriller A psychological thriller. It’s a story that gets in your head and keeps you on your toes. Psychological Thriller: ‘a thriller narrative that emphasizes the unstable psychological states of its characters.’ Within a psychological thriller, the conflict takes place primarily in the mind
Month: February 2020
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15 Safdie Brothers Quotes for Writers and Filmmakers The Safdie brothers began making independent short films from a young age, drawing heavily from their disruptive childhood as two children of divorce. Consequently, Josh and Benny have cited their film-loving father as a major influence for the ‘life on the edge’
Understanding Story Structure: The Essential Steps Story structure. It’s easy to take it for granted. It’s easy to think it unimportant in a world where structure is constantly being played with and upended. Picture this scenario though: You’re enjoying a movie. The story develops in front of you, drawing you
Creating an Awesome Movie Villain for your Screenplay In this article we’ll look at different examples and tools for creating believable movie villains. In Writing Screenplays that Sell, Michael Hauge writes that the villain, or “nemesis” – …is the character who stands in the way of the hero achieving his
Turn Your Loose Story Ideas into a High Concept Movie in 7 Steps What is a “high concept” movie? What do movie producers and executives look for in a high concept? And how do you turn a logline into a high concept to begin with? Screenwriters are constantly searching