Listen, I see you...
What's the first thing you do when you start to plan or write a script?
What do agents, producers, and showrunners as to see before they even LOOK at your script?
Why do I need to worry about pre-writing before starting my script?
What goes into making an exicting antagonist?
What is an outline and why do I need one?
Screenwriting is hard. That’s a simple truth. It requires a rare mix of skills to pull off.
Screenwriting can be a difficult process to get started. We need to learn the basics of structure and formatting, and they need to learn how to write dialogue, and how to incorporate conflict.
Here's the thing: you work way too hard to "just keep writing" hoping the "story will reveal itself."
And you work especially too hard to ever have your work second-guessed because of something as trivial as story structure or format. (Nope. You're not going out like that)
Instead, you just need a little direction when it comes to writing and finishing high-quality scripts.
A little guidance so you can run with your premise - showing off your smart, insightful, UNIQUE writing voice…all the while getting the attention all good writers deserve with confidence and grace.
But let's not stop there
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