Paul Peditto dives into steps to help elevate both your story and dialogue.
Do you know who you are writing for? Paul Peditto shares advice on knowing yourself and your work enough to identify what market you should be targeting—indie, studio or micro.
Filmmaker and screenwriter Paul Peditto shares his top 10 things to consider when writing your micro-budget screenplay.
Story and characters will sell your movie. But the packaging should be there too. Paul Peditto offers suggestions on how to format your screenplay like a pro.
In Part 2, Paul Peditto gives even more no-nonsense advice on how to write action lines that are lean, mean and effective. A must-read!
Have you spoken out in your dialogue every intention and emotion? Don’t rob the characters of chances to find emotion in between the words. Paul Peditto examines some examples of dialogue subtext.
Paul Peditto dives into story structure and opines while writers try to hit their structural marks, they shouldn't lose sight of the prize—storytelling. He examines the classical structure in The Matrix by way of Syd Field.
Paul Peditto shares the process of how the screenplay came to be for Muhammad Bayazid's The Tunnel and his amazing journey to make this film.
Paul Peditto examines famous movies with great character arcs to explore where the character arc begins, where does the character change, and where does he/she end up by the end of the story.
Paul Peditto discusses voice over and subtext and how the Hulu show, The Handmaid’s Tale, deals with both.