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, etc. that must execute genres which people will go see at the movie theater.
To write a market ready screenplay, the writer must study screenplays that have been box office hits. Once that is accomplished, the screenwriter should then write their screenplay that is fresh and unique, but yet, parallels that of box office hits.
For example, a romantic comedy simply requires the question, will the couple in question, get together or not? The twist here must be unique and fresh. “Must Love Dogs” starring Diane Lane and John Cusack exhibits the twist that Ms. Lane is seeking a man through ads. The require- ment, he must love dogs. Well, guess what, Mr. Cusack doesn’t love dogs, but she falls for him anyway, and on it goes.
Study the genre you’re interested in writing. Study the format. The writing. Incorporate a fresh and unique approach to your genre of interest. This can be accomplished via a new twist that has never before been used in the genre of your choice.
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1) What is the correct format for writing an article? 2) What is the exact distance between the first and second line? 3) How many spaces between the first and the second paragraph? 4) How many spaces are needed to indent the first line? 5) What is the correct margin? 6) Give me an advice on how to create an article. 7) How to prepare an article that will have a chance of being published for payment? 8) What to do in order to sell articles to a magazine? 9) Relevant advice concerning article writing. 10) How to improve your writing in order to become a professional writer.
1. Indent seven spaces. Write in paragraph form. 2. Double space. 3. Two. 4. Seven. 5. Ten to twelve spaces. 6. Focus on specific subject matter. 7. Study similar articles that have been published. 8. Write a query letter about your article. Send it to publishing outlets. 9. Focus on the a specific subject matter. Do adequate research on the subject matter. Write as though you’re telling a story, with a beginning, a middle, and an end. Make sure you have a theme that holds everything together. The theme should be the subject matter of your article. 10. The most effective way to improve your writing is to study writing and to write, write, and write.
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