The TITLE PAGE has the name of the film on it. Type it in the same font as your script. It should not be on any special paper. I’ve heard by the end of your first page it really is already about making decisions but too many scripts starts off as if it is one that builds to excitment. At the last page of the script write THE END.
so glad i kept at it, now i’m gonna get a shot at working on the mario kart movie!
If you find the hero has failed at HIS/HER GOAL at this point in the story then clearly your main character has FAILED AT making a successfal segue into the third act. In other words, it should appear at every point that at the end of act two the viewer will observes a great deal of hard to ignore hard and fast action while the writer is carefully putting the hero at his lowest main point in the arc of the character development. Then and only then is when he gets into the third act.
catching all up for just on Rob on reserve talk all Kim, Thursdays Rob-… Talk Kim, for Bruce, you catching news, interested in you catching on up just on Thursdays interested for news. interested in only Kim, Bruce or Rob
NBA DRAFT 2010: Evan Turner, Guard, Ohio State
Turner can be a jack-of-all-trades for Philadelphia.
Evan Turner was born weighing 10 pounds. Within his first year, he endured chicken pox, pneumonia, asthma, and measles. The 1989 Chicago measles epidemic caused Turner to desperately need emergency room services. He encountered severe breathing problems that required the removal of his adenoids and tonsils. At the age of 3, he was hit by a car, resulting in a concussion and stitches. Oversized baby teeth and an overbite caused a speech impediment that necessitated speech therapy.
100 Morse Street, Toronto, ONT. Whose number is this: 416-778-1373? This Stunning Reno Will Rock Your World? Lower Don recreation trail. Grey sky, could be any season. Not far from Queen Street: Majesteas, Reliable Fish and Chips, Celline Garden Restaurant…what am I looking for?
There’s a Hell’s Chicken over there. Why would that be it? There’s a person on the porch with a baby carriage. Someone big is on the kids’ swings, no kids in the park at all, they’re talking into a cell phone. I can see the reflection of the camera car in some of the windows.
Turning the other way, train tracks, heading toward the water. Outer Harbor it says, across the water there’s an island, from here you can see the skyline. The name ‘C. Searle’ in a newspaper, it says he died of emphysema on a pheasant hunting trip. First name: Curry.
I have to admit “Community” is perceptibly sharper now that Dan Harmon has returned. I didn’t think I’d notice. All the characters have a little snap, stories get straight to the point, the actors (there are a bunch of good actors on the show) can just act straight inside a well-structured universe of absurd conflicts and goals. I’m actually pleased with myself that I noticed this. You ever read screenwriter books or music business how-tos? They give me such a feeling of dread and anguish, I try to avoid thinking about things like that. So… the fact that I noticed this without trying made me feel pretty good.
Like Erma Bombeck I’m back to work in my little home office. I spilled all my freshly sharpened pencils on the floor. Good experiences though, this long weekend. Went to an MLK parade that was nice. Everyone joined in as the parade passed and marched along.