The Art of Screenwriting – Part 6
I’ve already written five articles on the skills required for screenwriting and today, this sixth and last one focuses on another essential element that is required from all screenwriters. The Skills of a Screenwriter Scripting Effective Scenes “You always attack a movie scene as late as you possibly can. You always come into the scene… (0 comment)

The Art of Screenwriting – Part 5
“Screenwriting is like ironing. You move forward a little bit and go back to smooth things out.” – Paul Thomas Anderson Once again, welcome to our ongoing series, which is anything but boring. In the previous article, we talked about characters and today we will focus on the importance of these characters’ dialogues. The Skills… (0 comment)

The Art of Screenwriting – Part 4
“The goal of all feature films, TV movies, episodic series, short fictional films, documentaries, daytime soaps, commercials, news, sport and weather is to create an emotional response in the audience.” – William K. Coe Come on, we all know that Bong Joon-ho and Han Jin-won are the reasons behind Parasite winning the best original screenplay… (0 comment)

The Art of Screenwriting – Part 3
“Viewers go to the movies not just to see stories, but to see stories well told. The screenwriter’s job is called story-telling, not story-making.” – Frank Daniel in The Tools of Screenwriting In the previous article, we discovered some of the essential skills of a screenwriter and today, we shall learn more! The Skills of… (0 comment)

The Art of Screenwriting – Part 2
A good film always touches many people and makes an impact on the film industry. However, this desired effect depends on the script and the screenwriter. The story and how a film is told must elicit a strong emotional response from the audience, from love to hate, from passion to fear or excitement. As a… (0 comment)

The Art of Screenwriting
“The film that results from a screenwriter’s labours is much more immediate and visceral than prose fiction, yet the process of transforming the writer’s words, ideas, and desires into that final product is less direct and involves many more intermediaries between writer and audience than do other forms of literature.” – David Howard & Edward… (0 comment)