Screenwriting: Take Two


A picture may be worth a thousand words, but a talented screenwriter will only use a couple. To better understand screenwriting, let’s drive a wedge between the meanings for what is descriptive and what is visual. An author is encouraged to write descriptively because the audience responds to the story through the written word. In a screenplay, the creator writes visually because the audience understands the story through the projected image. Ultimately, you are writing for an audience that will never read your work.

Read the entire article in the May issue of InD'Tale magazine.

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