Screenwriting: Insider Info


Write, prepare, edit, rewrite, and polish your screenplay so it’s perfect, before you send it out to directors, producers, agents, managers, distributors, actors, film festivals &/or writing competitions, and for potential funding, as well as for others who may have requested your film or screenplay.

SCREENWRITERS NEED TO ADDRESS ALL OF THE 
FOLLOWING ELEMENTS:


  • Action
  • Audience Appeal
  • Budget
  • Castability
  • Characterizations
  • Concept
  • Conflict
  • Dialogue
  • Evaluation
  • Exposition
  • Flow
  • Formatting
  • Genre
  • Humor
  • Interest
  • Logline
  • Marketability
  • Pace
  • Plot-line
  • POV
  • Premise
  • Principal Characters
  • Production
  • Relatability
  • Relationships
  • Scenes
  • Story
  • Subplots
  • Subtext
  • Synopsis
  • Syntax
  • Theme
  • Title
  • Transitions
  • Visualization

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