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With a large movement away from three-act screenplay structure, Drew Yanno offers why he thinks that shift exists and what the real rebellion is all about.
Drew Yanno discusses the ins and outs of writing the buddy picture.
Drew Yanno explains one of the most effective tools in the screenwriter's toolbox -- creating a setup and payoff in your screenplay.
One of the biggest challenges in screenwriting is revealing character to the audience. Drew Yanno explains portraying character smartly goes a long way toward the audience identifying with and/or understanding a particular character in the story.
Drew Yanno gives tips to help you write your description so as to both maximize that white space and make the description read like watching a film.
Drew Yanno explains how the trend among writers has been to show more white space in their description and gives tips of how to accomplish a fast read.
Drew Yanno gives advice on how to write “description” in your screenplay.
Drew Yanno explores one of the most effective ways to show your main character arc in the first and last pages of our script.
Subplots add depth and texture to your story. Drew Yanno explores the effective use of subplots in the movie 'Rear Window.'