Script writing is an art-form, and creating art is never easy. Everytime you watch a TV show, watch a film or even play a computer game you are taking in the work of a scriptwriter.
With today being driven by the various mediums of entertainment scriptwriting has becomes one of the best page and attractive jobs going. Film scripts have been sold for in excess of $1 million. With that sort of money floating around it’s no wonder people are becoming more interested in the idea of scriptwriting.
However scriptwriting can be a difficult and arduous task. Even the best of screenwriters often have creative lulls and can go for years without writing a single script. So what chance does a first time scriptwriter have?
We will teach you how to write a movie script.
You might already have the idea for your script and just need help formatting your script or you could be a well versed scriptwriter who just needs a little help with drumming up a fresh idea. Whatever your need or level of scriptwriting experience Film Script Writing will do everything in it’s power to help you improve your scriptwriting abilities.
We will go into great detail on how to write a screenplay. We will teach you how to form ideas, how to structure the story of your script, the “industry standard” in script formatting, how to flesh out characters, how to sell your finished script, and many more script writing tips.
There may even be a few surprises along the way, such as interviews with guest scriptwriters, free e-books and much more. As they say in Hollywood “stay tuned!”.
They say everyone has a story to tell, now it’s time to get writing!
FREE FILM MAKERS E-BOOK!
Learn How to Become a Film Maker
This E-book will give you the necessary information in film-making that it would take a couple years in college to get. Not to mention hefty tuition fees. Everything you will need to know to get started is in this publication. I give you the benefit of what I have learned over the years. With this information you should be able to get started with a professional looking film. Who needs the studio to make a film when you can do it yourself.
This guide contains information on:
- How to develop a concept.
- How to write a professional screenplay.
- How to purchase and operate the camera.
- How to light your scenes professionally.
- Audio for your film.
- Finding a location.
- How to make a production schedule.
- A list of equipment you will need.
- How to promote your film.