Script Writing Multimedia

Multimedia for Screenwriters includes comic books, transmedia, graphic novels, and web series. Because of the world wide web, a screenwriter now has other outlets in which to write and promote their material. With a slightly different tweak to both format and structure, screenwriters can now write screenplays for multimedia outlets. Screenwriters now have the ability to write a screenplay and place it online in a myriad of different formats.

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Guerrilla Screenwriting: Producing a Web TV Series

A radical shift in the way we tell stories and the way we consume them is happening under our very noses. As writers, we need to keep up with these rapid changes in technology in order to seize new opportunities to earn income and showcase our talents to the world. One of the smartest...

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Indievelopment: The Crowdfunding Finish Line

See that image over there? That’s our Kickstarter page, the small corner of the web that has been the centre of my life for the past month, as of 5:48PM yesterday. $8,500 pledged of $8,500 goal. Funded. There are no sweeter words to a crowdfunder. You know that look you see on a marathoner’s face...

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More Than Storyboards: Comics & Film #5 – Digital Comics Publishing

By Tyler Weaver Since this series began, I haven’t been talking about comic books, the format, necessarily. I’ve been talking about comics, the medium. With the advent of digital publishing, the floodgates of the medium have been opened to near-limitless possibility. In conversation with the great Will Eisner (The Spirit, A Contract with God,...

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Writing Wrap Up: You Can Do It! – Setting Writing Goals

You can do it! I’m confident that you can tackle your writing goals and manifest your dreams. I know you can, you know you can so the question is… when? Let’s decide right now. There is really no off-season for writers, it is one of the great things about this vocation, however it creates...

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Script Symbology: The Once And Future Kingdom – The Evolution of Hollywood

By John Fraim “In 2012, moving images are absolutely everywhere – movies, TV, video games, YouTube, streaming services, taxi cabs, subway ads, electronic billboards, and so on. For someone of my generation, the most astonishing aspect of this development is that many of these images were created by nonprofessionals, shot with smartphones and cameras...

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Writers on the Web: Mapping Your Destination and Branding, Part 2 – Interview with creators of “Misdirected”

By Rebecca Norris I recently had the good fortune to be introduced to a wonderful new web series, Misdirected, which was an Official Selection of last month’s HollyShorts Film Festival in Hollywood.  Since my film On Becoming A Man was also featured in the festival, I got to run into the show’s writer and director, Marion Kerr, and its executive...

Single Siblings the Series

Writers On The Web: Theme & Asking the Central Question – Interview with Creators of “Single Siblings” (Part 2)

In my last article, we talked about theme and asking the central question–namely, what the heck is my web series about? Here’s an example of a web series with both a compelling theme and central question that really drive the series, with hilarious results! Single Siblings follows the adventures of brother and sister Connor and...