Sunday, October 28, 2007

Tips from two screenwriters

These two screenwriters both point out the seriousness and care that it takes to write a screen play. Whatever a person writes about should be personal. They should know everything about what they are writing about. "Remember that a good screenplay is a story and stories are critically important - they offer people equipment for living. Write about what is familiar to you and what you are passionate about." This site also says a person should write a treatment, an outline, that describes everything that happens in the film. It should be very detailed, even being as long has a hundred pages.

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