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Not for Long - 84 pages

What’s up Rock Stars? (Maybe something to continue … probably a lack of sleep talking). I finally can say I have two complete acts of a draft in my Not for Long script. 25 more words

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Tips on How to Improve Dialogue in Screenplays

  1. Each character should want something in the scene: Each person in the conversation should want something. If they don’t, they’re just babbling. And while the babbling will feel realistic at first (since that’s what we do in real life), it will quickly grow tiring, as we’ll drift further and further into aimlessness.
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Tom Hanks Eyes High Seas Return With 'Greyhound'

EXCLUSIVE: The opening numbers for the Clint Eastwood-directed Sully shows once again that audiences like Tom Hanks behind the wheel of most any passenger vehicle, whether it’s a jetliner or a cargo ship like he steered in… 186 more words

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Overrated Aspects of Screenwriting Industry

1. Fear of getting your idea stolen – Fear of getting your idea stolen is so synonomous with being a beginner that it’s a dead giveaway to your newbie-ness. 728 more words

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Birth of Loglines & Beyond | A Guest Post by Author Ann Kimbrough

Our private Facebook writers and readers group recently held its second WRITE EDIT WRITE Challenge (see the results of the first challenge here). Because my focus is on producing a short film based upon an adaptation of my short story LEAVE, I figured we might as well have a challenge focused on screenwriting. 1,028 more words