Rewriting a Screenplay

Writing is about rewriting. Often people interchange the words “editing” and “rewriting.” Rewriting requires major story analysis, challenging your character development, plot, conflicts and subplots. Editing is the process after the rewrites. With a few tips, you’ll be as efficient as a serial killer. Rewriting a screenplay is something a professional screenwriter accepts as part of the overall process of script development. The sooner you get comfortable rewriting a screenplay, the better. The process has many steps, but we’ll show you how to rewrite a script to make it shine.

Writer Challenge: Read a Script a Day for 21 Days

Paula Landry shares lessons learned from reading screenplays. To improve your writing, take the writer challenge and read a script a day for 21 days! Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! Writers are often readers. We learn through practice and exposure to good writing, as well as...