How to Write a Screenplay

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Producer’s POV: Charlie Kaufman’s Women

Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! A great deal has been written over the past forty years about (Alfred) “Hitchcock’s Women.” Immaculate blondes, sensual ice queens that could be both treacherous yet vulnerable. These strong independent women often drove the action of his famous suspense films – and they suffered for it....

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Alt Script: Reconnecting with Your Intuitive Writer

Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! Before you first consumed an article or book on how to write a better screenplay, or attended your first screenwriting seminar, you had intuitive ideas about how to write movie scripts. These intuitive ideas excited you, you were passionate about them. They were the...

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Specs & The City: Downbeat Film Endings and ‘The Road’

Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! The ending of your script is of vital importance. It’s the final impression you leave on your readers (if you’re lucky enough to have had them read the whole script), and if you leave a bad taste in their mouth, you run the risk...