How a writer communicates the pictures on the screen into their script is key to effectively engaging the reader and the audience. What should scene description include and why does it matter? Watch Gordy discuss how emotionally rich storytelling starts with polished and disciplined scene description.
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Very informative thank you!
I agree with descriptive writing more than all the fluff. My challenge is commentary with vision. Not in dialogue but in teaching? not sure, but I can use the analyst. Dialogue is another challenge other peoples voices for original work. I found a book that I adapted and it has a lot of descriptive words, so that is helpful.
Well spoken. Thanks!
“I can’t see a character’s thoughts on screen.” That’s a huge thing I mention when I’m reading and doing coverage on scripts! Thank you for reiterating it! A lot of writers still struggle with it, me included because I did start out writing short stories and novellas.
Thanks again for the insight! Helpful content and commentary as always!