Behind-the-Scenes Secrets to Publishing Screenplays
Whether you’ve got a completed script, or need help off the starting-blocks, getting a Screenplay formatted correctly to catch the eye of producers is no easy task. A little, professional advice goes a long way, and “Screenwriting” delivers large, for those with big screen aspirations!
Top Writing Tricks You Didn’t Know – for TV & Film
When writing for the movies, TV, video or computer games, there are essential elements you must get right to show professional competence, and avoid looking like an amateur. Kayson not only provides the answers but presents them in an easy to understand way that can be completed in under a day to bring game-changing results fast.
By explaining the best formatting requirements for each genre, Kayson unveils the blueprints that experts use for Feature film and Television dramas & sitcoms. He examines the best ways to edit-on-a-budget and the 6 Tips for Success that can turn your script into must-have property.
Slugs, Thugs & the Theory of Illumination
Even if you know your slugs from your thugs, the Theory of Illumination is just one of the many methods Kayson describes for writing believable, compelling characters that have edge-of-the-seat dialogue. “Screenwriting” gets you in the frame for success and makes sure you won’t fade out of view. From creating beat sheets, to helping you write your first draft, Kayson looks over your shoulder and breaks everything down line-by-line, to help you style your writing in a properly formatted and accepted way.
Subjects Covered Include:
- Physical Formatting
- Screenplay Formats
- Action Elements
- Writing Dialogue
- Parenthetical Information
- Transition Elements
- Types of Drama & How to Format for Them
- Number of Pages Expected for Each Act
- Narrative Structure
- Example formatting for Multicamera Sitcoms
- Top 5 Tips for Writing Stronger Characters
- Creating a Rough Draft
- Editing a Screenplay
- Expert Tips for Success
One Click Away from Amazing Screenplays!
A must-have guide for those who have no access to professional help and want something quick so that they can progress with their writing. Submit your scripts with confidence!