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“How to Establish the Dramatic Premise of Your Screenplay and Beyond”

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“The Log Line”

The log line must show what your movie is about. You have about a minimum of five or six words and a maximum of three, five to six word sentences to show it in the log line. The shorter, the … 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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