FIVE STEPS TO GET YOUR STORY STARTED

2016-12-13T16:31:57+00:00

Here at SCRIPT ADVICE I have compiled a hit list of the vital things you should be considering as you dive off that metaphorical screenwriting board into the shifting narrative water below.... Print this off [...]

FIVE STEPS TO GET YOUR STORY STARTED2016-12-13T16:31:57+00:00

MAKING CONNECTIONS

2016-04-15T13:02:32+01:00

We all know the old adage ‘no man is an island’ well that goes for women too. The phrase is over used no doubt, but it is especially true when it comes to the business [...]

MAKING CONNECTIONS2016-04-15T13:02:32+01:00

HOW TO WRITE A DRAMA SERIES TELEVISION OUTLINE

2014-11-07T18:40:40+00:00

I am fresh back from an amazing time at The London Screenwriter’s Festival, where I did four things of note: 1/ Run my session ‘Sizzle and Substance’with Bafta winning writer and show-runner Barbara Machin and [...]

HOW TO WRITE A DRAMA SERIES TELEVISION OUTLINE2014-11-07T18:40:40+00:00

FIVE SCRIPT WRITING TRIPS AND SLIPS

2013-11-27T16:52:20+00:00

  Here's a super concentrated list of the slips and trips I most often see when reading scripts. But before that; I need to repeat the script writing mantra:   * We are in the [...]

FIVE SCRIPT WRITING TRIPS AND SLIPS2013-11-27T16:52:20+00:00

DIALOGUE – THE ESSENTIALS

2013-09-30T12:54:40+01:00

The purpose of dialogue in a drama script may seem obvious; it's the talking bit - right? Of course. But it is also the hardest part of screen writing to get right. This is because [...]

DIALOGUE – THE ESSENTIALS2013-09-30T12:54:40+01:00

WHAT’S YOUR PROBLEM? How to Write a TV Script

2013-05-23T12:03:31+01:00

Are you trying to learn how to write a tv script? Writing for television requires the same fundamental skills as writing drama or fiction for any other medium, although you need to be looking at [...]

WHAT’S YOUR PROBLEM? How to Write a TV Script2013-05-23T12:03:31+01:00

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