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Character arcs are easy, right? Somewhere in between the beginning and the middle of the book, the character changes. What could be simpler? And yet, when we get right down to the nitty-gritties, character arcs are also pretty darn hard.
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Thanks to the internet, people are reading and writing more than ever. But is it me, or does it seem like the quality of that writing has gotten worse? However, this can be a good thing. These days, solid writing really stands out. It can be a competitive advantage in anything you do.
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How do you separate average movie ideas for a screenplay from GREAT movie ideas? Film ideas that will get your screenplay picked up by an agent or manager? Here’s how to make sure your script idea ROCKS and actually stands a chance of being picked up by an agent or manager and sold.
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Jon James Miller is a screenwriter, novelist and frequent online presenter. His first novel, a historical fiction based on an original screenplay, will be published Spring 2015. For more information, go to: http://ift.tt/1xXG0x4 Follow Jon on Twitter @jonjimmiller.
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Introduction I’ve been to a few workshops on writing humor, and I’ve read about writing humor, but the funny thing is, none of them really taught me how to actually write humor.
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The best movies tend to have a growth arc for the main character. In the end, they have often somehow become better versions of themselves, as well as having solved some big problem in their world. This means they have to start the movie as the “not best version of themselves”.
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In a curious departure from dramatic and narrative screenwriting classes, Raindance has invited the well known Graphic novelist Tony Lee to present a one-day Introduction To Writing For Graphic Novels class at Raindance.
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