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“Action, Sex, Violence, Hollywood Zen”

To write a box office hit screenplay, you should do some research first before you decide to write a screenplay. Passion for your subject matter plays an integral role in the writing of your screenplay, but common sense dictates that … Continue reading

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“Market Ready Screenplays”

Writing screenplays and getting them sold and produced are highly competitive. One must write screenplays that are market ready. To do anything less will result in failure. A market ready screenplay requires dialogue, characterization, format, plot, subplot(s), action, narrative, description, … Continue reading

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“Nine Easy Steps To Writing A Screeenplay”

by Donald L. Vasicek So, you began your screenplay with a visual metaphor. You’ve introduced your main character, the setting, the time, the theme, and you’re introducing other major and periphery characters. You’re getting to like your story pretty well, … Continue reading

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