Creating Characters

Creating dynamic characters is essential to a screenplay’s success. Your protagonist has to be likeable and compelling in order for the script reader or a movie-going audience to want to follow him through the story’s journey. Not only do characters have to be engaging, they need to evolve. Your protagonist must evolve in some way in order to achieve their outer goal or why bother watching the film? Learn how to create compelling characters and evolve them to new levels to enhance your screenplay.

Using Conflict to Form Character

Character emerges when a clear want comes up against conflict, which is when we begin to see what the character is made of, what the character values and hopes for, even basics of everyday thinking and personality.