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Film Camera -- Writing a Script that Sells

6 Tips for Writing a Script that Sells

The world of screenwriting is a notoriously difficult one to break into – and equally difficult to remain active in even when you’ve had your time as the flavor of the month. Without representation (an agent, a manager or both), your chances of selling a script are very, very low. Just like in the fiction […]

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Nesting in storytelling -- the three act structure (Russian dolls analogy)

Beyond the Three Act Structure: Supercharge Your Script with the “Matryoshka Effect”

Getting your story planned out in a solid three act structure is one of the first big wins when preparing to write your script. You’ve got your characters down pat; you’ve got your plot points spaced out where they need to be. You know your inciting incident; you know where the final battle will take […]

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