3 Tips to Writing Good Dialogue
Good dialogue can make or break your script. In this article, David Wappel lists three tips to keep in mind when writing dialogue.
Screenwriting exercises consist of a few easy steps you can follow with little time investment to get closer to your goal: completing your screenplay. This article is a step-by-step guide to character creation so you can develop a compelling hero for your movie. As a bonus, we’ll also talk about creating villains and give you a character sheet template at the end.
Words by Jakob Straub.
In this article, we address the differences between fact and fiction in historical drama screenwriting. Using the miniseries Chernobyl as a case study, we look at the storytelling devices of fictionalized narratives in historical drama.
This article concludes a series on using the three-act-structure for screenwriting. In this final installment, we’ll address how to write the climax of your story in the third act as well as other elements you’ll need to include in the last part of your screenplay.
This is the second installment of a series on writing screenplays following the three-act-structure. In this part, we’ll address all the necessary elements you need to include in the second act of your story before we deal with common problems that cause screenwriters to get stuck in Act II.