Writing for Film and TV

Writing for Film and TV

Rewriting Your TV Pilot from First Draft to Second Draft: 10 Important Things

Rewriting Your TV Pilot from First Draft to Second Draft: 10 Important Things

Photo by Jed Villejo. jedvillejo.squarespace.com   Rewriting Your TV Pilot from First Draft to Second Draft: 10 Important Things   Written by Martie Cook You’ve finished the first draft of your television pilot. And you’re feeling pretty good. Chances are you can’t wait to get those pages off of your …

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How to Avoid 6 Major Blunders and Elevate Your Screenplay Now

How to Avoid 6 Major Blunders and Elevate Your Screenplay Now

How to Avoid 6 Major Blunders and Elevate Your Screenplay Now Don’t Let Your Ideas Fall by the Wayside Written by Paula Brancato In my career as producer and script developer, I have read over 5,000 screenplays. So many promising concepts fall by the wayside because of errors that a …

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Create Realistic Dialogue Now: 17 Fast Tips

Create Realistic Dialogue Now: 17 Fast Tips

Photo by William Bayreuther. Filmmaker and Photographer from Montreal, CAD. Instagram @Bayreuther.w Create Realistic Dialogue Now: 17 Fast Tips Get Your Conversations Rolling   Written by Sherri Sheridan Keep the audience hungry for dialogue, using it only when you absolutely cannot show something visually. The more dialogue you use in …

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