Monday, July 22, 2013

Screenwriting Resources

Hello readers.

Following is a list script writing information and resources. Check them out.

Behind the Lines with DR: The Might to Remain Silent, Part 1

Doug Richardson shares a tale of pitching executives with an overzealous director... silence is not always golden.
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Screenwriters World Conference West

Scribes from around the world unite at Screenwriters World, the annual destination for both professional and aspiring screenwriters to come together to discuss the craft, share ideas, and network with fellow creatives. If you're serious about your screenwriting career, this is an event that's not to be missed.
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Monday Morning Editor Picks: Organize Writing Projects

Editor of Script Magazine, Jeanne Veillette Bowerman, gives her advice on software to help you organize your writing projects.
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Balls of Steel: Script Consultants - Are They Worth It?

Are script consultants worth the money? Jeanne Veillette Bowerman shares her opinion on consultants and insights into a professional screenwriter's habits.
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Historical Storytelling: How to Master Your Craft for a Genre Audiences Love

Historical storytelling is the hot trend in entertainment right now. E.K. Prescott explores audiences' current affinity for history as a means of entertainment. There's still time to sign up for E.K. Prescott's upcoming July 24th webinar, History... The New 'IT' Genre, ON SALE until July 21st.
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The Secret to Pixar's Emotional Core

Karl Iglesias illustrates how the emotional core has led to Pixar's record successes in an upcoming webinar on July 22, 2013.
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Indievelopment: The Only Screenwriting Rule Guide You’ll Ever Need

With all the screenwriting rules out there, when is it okay to break them? Jeff Richards gives his insights on being a screenwriting rebel.
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Breaking & Entering: It’s Not Easy Being Green – Being a Screenwriting Amateur is Child’s Play

If your goal is to be seen as green, I can tell you how to write a screenplay that shouts “amateur!” from the very first page. So easy it's child's play!
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Why Spec Scripts Fail: No Backstory thru Subtext, PART 1

Script analyst Stewart Farquhar explains how to convey to a reader the WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN and WHY without presenting obvious details -- use subtext.
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Legitimacy Pending: The Traffic Is Not As Bad As They Say It Is – Breaking Into TV Writing

Writing partners Sarah Carbiener and Erica Rosbe share the value of moving to L.A. to launch their dream of TV writing.
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Improvising Screenplays: Arming Your Characters with a Strong Point of View

How does your character -- we're talking about the protagonist of your script now -- see and emotionally react to the world? Brett Wean explores a character's Point of View.
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Storytelling Strategies: Monsters University's Scary Character Arcs

Things get very complicated and a bit muddy for the undergrads at Monsters U. Paul Joseph Gulino examines the use of character arcs in 'Monsters University.'
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Get your dialogue crisp and clean with Screenwriters University!

There are three kinds of feelings when reading a script -- yes, no, and WOW! Your job as a screenwriter is to create that WOW! Take Writing Dialogue for Emotional Impact with best-selling author and screenwriter, Karl Iglesias, to find out how.
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Learn How to Write Dialogue that Pops with our FREE DownloadToday!

Get 5 tips for dialogue writing as well as a free download with advice from professional screenwriters!
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Specs & The City: Establishing Characters and 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'

Brad Johnson uses 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' as an example of how establishing characters upon first meeting them in a screenplay can expose volumes.
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Screenwriting Product Review: StoryO Software

Forris Day Jr reviews StoryO software and its usefulness for screenwriters not only in writing but in pitching their work.
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