Tag : draft

5 years, 6 months ago 0
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A post with amazing nuggets of gold for everyone – focussing on the effects of an unrehearsed reading of a scene from my script.  This should be useful for writers and directors.  And script readers.  And actors.  And warehouse managers.   I’ve just got back from a break in Wales, where I spent some of […]

5 years, 9 months ago 2
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(GUEST POST from Catherine, in response to ‘Feedback‘) I am not a writer. I am the person who wrote ‘Painful.  Dull.  Boring.’ at the top of several pages of Alex’s script when he first asked for feedback.  I am also his girlfriend. I am not someone that likes/dislikes. I tend more towards intensely loving or […]

5 years, 9 months ago 0
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You’re not a writer, of any sort, unless that writing ends up in front of other people.  All  art is communication (and screenwriting is an art), and while communicating with yourself is a noble pursuit it’s not likely to pay the rent. There are three main reasons why people don’t seek feedback on their work: […]