Writing a Scene: Breaking Down the 10 Key Steps in Getting Started As with most stages of the screenwriting process, writing a scene is a journey of discovery. It is useful to start the process of scene-creation by asking some questions. Once we know the answers to these questions, we can begin
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Voice-Over Narration—How to Get it Right and How to Get it Very Wrong A common piece of advice given to newer screenwriters is: avoid voice-over narration at all costs. This can be confusing for the fresh-faced writer. After all, many of their favourite films feature movie voice-over. Not only that,
15 Brilliant Flashback Examples That Show How to Best Use It It’s almost hard to think of a modern film that doesn’t have a flashback example somewhere within it. Of course, that’s not strictly true. But it is true that flashbacks are a key part of a screenwriting arsenal. Modern
How to Write a Great Post-Apocalyptic Movie The post-apocalyptic movie feels eerily relevant. Deserted streets, daily political briefings, biotech-clad figures. These are no longer just science fiction fantasies. But writers have always been keen to explore visions of a post-apocalyptic world. It’s a well-tread genre filled with its own
15 Todd Phillips Quotes for Writers and Filmmakers While some of the best directors find themselves permanently in one niche, Todd Phillips seems to thrive by bouncing around. A director who started out writing and directing documentaries in the 90’s, Todd Phillips turned his attention to funnier films in
The 50 Ultimate Screenwriting Productivity Hacks Why are productivity hacks important for screenwriters? What distinguishes screenwriting productivity hacks from those for other disciplines? ‘To be productive’ means to be effective at externally rewarding tasks. We all know that feeling of being stuck. Desperately wanting to ‘be productive’ but not knowing