SCREENPLAY STRUCTURE: The 1st Act

There can be no argument that the climax of any movie is critical. It’s the last thing the audience will be left with as they exit the theater and throw out their popcorn bags and soda cups….

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Query Letter Tips

For unproduced writers one of the most effective ways to get your foot in the door and have someone read your script is a query letter. But many times because of very simple mistakes, the letters…

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Screenplay Length

It goes something like this. After months, if not years, you’ve finally completed your masterpiece screenplay. The premise of your script is engaging and original, the protagonist is fun and…

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The Unsympathetic Protagonist

It looks a lot easier than it is. You don’t want a boring, paint-by-numbers protagonist leading the charge in your screenplay, regardless of genre, so you decide to switch things up, create a…

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Glossary of Screenwriting Terms

A action description: the overt, physical actions that happen on screen, such as “He falls down the stairs” or “She pulls a gun, hands shaking.” actor: a gifted individual who has studied…

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Screenwriting 101

Our script services include outlines, treatments, industry script coverage, script doctoring, story notes, logline help, general screenwriting help. What is a screenplay: A screenplay or script…

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Script Coverage

How to Find the Best Script Coverage Firms The talk of the town is that everyone wants to be a star in Hollywood when it comes to script writing. This is more like an ambition which lacks the…

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