Screenwriter William Martell explains how sometimes it's more dramatic to have a character do absolutely nothing in a scene. Inaction can speak volumes.
You have some great characters and a fantastic idea for a story, but how do you keep it moving? William Martell has the advice you need.
Film is a dramatic medium. So as screenwriters, we should always be looking for dramatic moments because movies are about people … people with problems. Explore those problems with drama.
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