Screenwriting

Visual Screenplay Writing: Stay in Your Lane, Bring the Flavor

If the old adage is true, that a picture is worth a thousand words, what value should we place on the words that help make the picture? In screenplay development, a writer is tasked with painting a portrait around both the narrative of the overall scene, as well as the emotional and situational state of the character or characters. And while a director can work with a director of photography to ensure the visuals are aesthetically and viscerally pleasing, it’s the writer who must give the charge that ignites how a scene, a story and the overall screenplay evolves. Read More

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