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Structure. Pace. Rhythm. Tension. Emotion. Tools, no Rules.

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Art of the Opening Scene — How to Start a Movie 6 Different Ways, From Nolan to Baumbach - YouTube Cold Open, Film Studio, Screenwriting, Films, Movies, Storytelling, Acting, The Creator, Scene

Art of the Opening Scene — How to Start a Movie 6 Different Ways, From Nolan to Baumbach

The Art of the Opening Scene — six methods of how to start a movie using character introductions, character dynamics, cold opens, and genre rules.25 Best Ope...

Save the Cat Beat Sheet — Interstellar Explained in 15 Beats - YouTube Interstellar Explained, Screenwriting Software, Pre Production, Storyboard, Filmmaking, Storytelling, Beats, Script, Cinema

Save the Cat Beat Sheet — Interstellar Explained in 15 Beats (Script Ending Explained)

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How to Frame Scenes Like a Filmmaker — Well-Storied. - How to Frame Scenes Like a Filmmaker — Well-Storied. Write a story that come to life in readers’ minds! Learn how to frame your scenes like a filmmaker today! Book Writing Tips, Writing Process, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, I Am A Writer, Writing Challenge, Writers Write, Writers Notebook

How to Frame Scenes Like a Filmmaker — Well-Storied.

Have you ever thought about writing fiction with filmmaking in mind? This certainly isn’t a concept I originated. Rather, I recently rediscovered it after reading Diana Gabaldon’s I Give You My Body, her guide to writing intimate scenes, in which she discusses framing the scenes in her books as though she were shooting a film. Having taken a few communications classes in my day—all of which involved a good bit of camera work—the idea of framing scenes with filmmaking in mind is advice…

Lessons on Screenwriting: How to Pace a Fight Scene Script Writing, Editing Writing, Writing Tips, Writing Process, Writing Resources, Film Tips, Movie Scripts, Film Studies, Film School

Master Screenwriting: How to Write a Fight Scene

Writing a fight scene doesn’t require years of intense training. Learn how your favorite movies put their fights on the page. Read more here ►► http://bit.ly...

Casino Royale — How Action Reveals Character Screenwriting Books, Screen Junkies, New James Bond, Casino Royale, College Humor, Original Music, Music Publishing, Filmmaking, Storytelling

Casino Royale — How Action Reveals Character

The freerunning chase in Casino Royale serves as a great example of how an action sequence can reveal character, and how to introduce the world to a new Jame...

The Last of Us — The Art of Video Game Storytelling Screenwriting Books, Last Of Us Remastered, Film Studies, Pre Production, Original Music, Creative Director, Internet Marketing, Storytelling, How To Become

The Last of Us (feat. Writer & Creative Director Neil Druckmann)

In this video we chat with writer and creative director Neil Druckmann to learn about some of the techniques game designers use to tell their stories.Patreon...

Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz, Emma Stone star in this Oscar-worthy early c. costume drama about a royal & the rivals scheming to be "the favourite. Movies To Watch List, New Movies, Movies Online, Good Movies, Cult Movies, Drama Movies, Rachel Weisz, Emma Stone, Glenn Close

Lessons in Revealing Character from Oscar Nominated Films

(SPOILERS: Green Book, Can You Ever Forgive Me?, The Favourite, BlacKkKlansman, Roma) It is nearly impossible to have a good story without good, three-dimensional characters. Characters who are fully realized and specific feel like real people, people we can care about. But it’s not enough to just create three-dimensional characters. You have to reveal the nature of those characters to the audience in believable, dramatic ways. We can learn some techniques for doing this well from this…

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5 Expert Tips For How to Write the Best Fight Scenes

Ready for battle? Here are 5 tips to punch-up your fight scenes!

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Story as Psychological Journey

We can look at story from many different vantage points: structurally in terms of plot, thematically in terms of symbolism, visually in terms of imagery. However when we consider a story from the…

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On Setup, Suspense, and Certainty: Chekhov's Gun Explained

The famous Russian author and playwright Anton Chekhov once stated, “If you say in the first chapter that there is a rifle hanging on the wall, in the second...

The better you get at refining show, don't tell, the better your writing. Use these tips to gut-check your progress in clearing clutter from your story. Writing Images, Writing Quotes, Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Prompts, Writing Workshop

3 Tips for Improving Show, Don't Tell - Helping Writers Become Authors

The better you get at refining show, don't tell, the better your writing. Use these tips to gut-check your progress in clearing clutter from your story.

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Seven Samurai - A Lesson In Storytelling

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The Cinematography of “Inglourious Basterds” Cinematographer: Robert Richardson Nominated for the 2010 Academy Award for Best Cinematography Hans Landa, Robert Richardson, Inglourious Basterds, Best Cinematography, Lights Camera Action, Film Inspiration, Quentin Tarantino, Screenwriting, Storytelling

3 Things That Make Quentin Tarantino's Dialogue So Damn Good

Quentin Tarantino is one of the best at writing dialogue, mostly because he always includes these three storytelling devices.

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Reader Question: Are there movies where the Protagonist is the Nemesis?

In movies where the Protagonist goes through a transformation process — and that extends to most mainstream Hollywood films — generally you’ll find a specific Nemesis who acts in opposition to the…

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10 SCREENWRITING LESSONS FROM JURASSIC PARK

The main reason this movie works so well is that it has a big concept and a simple execution. I will trumpet this advice until the day I can no longer type - keep your stories simple. A group of pe...

Foreshadowing is a fantastic tool for raising the intrigue in your story, but it can be tricky to execute. Here are two strategies for how to use foreshadowing in any story. Writing Programs, Writing Advice, Blog Writing, Writing A Book, Writing Prompts, Writing Guide, Writing Ideas, Literary Elements, Creative Writing Tips

How to Use Foreshadowing Like a Master Storyteller

Foreshadowing is a fantastic tool for raising the intrigue in your story, but it can be tricky to execute. Here are two strategies for how to use foreshadowing in any story.