It’s All About Story!

Ultimately, It’s All About Story! The ability to tell an original compelling story is absolutely critical.

Writers, at all levels, make the same common mistakes over and over which often cause a reader / agent / actor / production company to relegate a writer’s material to the trash. And virtually nobody (i.e., family, friends, agents, production companies, strangers) will tell you the truth about what they really think of your script, assuming you can even get them to actually read your script. Who then is this book for? This book is for the person who believes he/she has what it takes to succeed in one of the most competitive industries in the world (professional screenwriting). I will review the skills which I believe are needed for success and how they are developed.

Every year, it is estimated over a 100,000 scripts are generated. If stacked flat they would stand over a mile and a half high. That’s a lot of reading and a lot of dead trees. If you are like 99.9% of the people who believe generating generic monstrosities are good enough then you are in for rejection heaven. For your screenplay to be noticed in this morass of product, your story and screenplay has to be beyond exceptional. You will not achieve this unless you are able to master ALL the elements making up storytelling in the form of a screenplay.

You say, look at all the crap movies produced. I can do that. Well, if you are famous, rich or amazingly lucky, you too can have people interested in your generic story. Otherwise, you must rely on talent and hard work. Our script service is to help those with potential, craft their talent in writing a screenplay others will notice.

 

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