In my experience, the biggest factor in determining how easy a script is for a script reader to visualize is speed. If a script reader’s eyes keep moving down the page, it means the script is flowing. The faster they do that, the faster they visualize. The faster they visualize, the closer it is to a true cinematic experience.
“…. we MADE it”. — Martin Landau By Screenwriting Staffing‘s Founder, Jacob N. Stuart; Screenwriting Staffing has facilitated over 150 […]
The plot of your story is only half of the judging process during the 1st round; presentation is everything!
[Note from Screenwriting Staffing‘s Founder, Jacob N. Stuart] PART DEUX. After popular demand, we have created TEN “MORE” SCREENWRITING SITES […]
“People invest in character as much as they do in material.”
Your logline should resonate and reverberate in every single page of your screenplay!
Horror has long been maligned as gimmicky, exploitative, cheap and somehow lesser cinema. Something emerging filmmakers make before graduating to prestige projects. However, times are changing and horror movies are finally gaining the respect they deserve.
(Note from Screenwriting Staffing‘s Founder Jacob N. Stuart) Women, arguably, have been overlooked in film since the dawn of cinema – […]
(Intro by Screenwriting Staffing’s Founder, Jacob N. Stuart.) I have been approached by a lot of screenwriters as of late seeking advice/guidance […]
(Note from Screenwriting Staffing‘s Founder Jacob N. Stuart) This blog entry is broken down in 2 parts: The FIRST part […]