Good article for writers on BookBaby... Just thought I'd share:
Exit Your Narrative Structure And Let Your Characters Breathe
Also converted it into a PDF in case you want a copy you can peruse anytime... Quentin Tarantino takes this technique to new levels.
Just got a newsletter from Lawrence Block. If you do NOT know who Lawrence Block is? Check him out here.
He gave me the link to the actual newsletter so I could share here:
WANNA MAKE A MOVIE?
This COULD be one hell of an OPPORTUNITY for someone. Enjoy!
Just read your first chapter... Couldn't reply in the other thread since it's now closed... LOL. I think this has potential and it's well written. There's really nothing to rip it apart about especially since it's a first draft. About the only thing that stuck out at me personally was the use of...
*DISCLAIMER: I use CAPITALIZATION for EMPHASIS - not shouting.
As @indietalk pointed out in another thread, we have some extremely knowledgable members here that I think can answer ANY question about screenwriting that any of you may have. I think it would be great if we kept the thread going...
Regardless of your location, film production resume designs follow the same approach. These documents usually require sections that highlight different aspects of your resume. Before you go online looking for your dream job, your production resume needs to be spot on.
The script opens as rural teen Rosie, mourning the first anniversary of her younger sister’s death, discovers the mysterious man who sexploited and bullied her sister to commit suicide is back online and trolling for new victims.
Insurers have largely stopped covering independent film and television productions against the risk of COVID-19 illness, a shift that threatens the supply of new entertainment in 2021, Hollywood producers, insurers and industry experts said.