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23.07.2012 20:02    Comments: 0    Categories: Screenwriting  Screenwriting Exercise      Tags: stephen v. duncan  screenwriting exercise  write cinematic scenes  
A film, by its very nature, is a visual art form. However, I’ve found that new screenwriters tend to forget that they’ve ever seen a film in their lives.
 
22.10.2011 13:55    Comments: 0    Categories: Writing Scenes      Tags: how to  write  fight scene  randy ingermanson  
I'll remind you that there are rules for fight scenes, laid down by me in my role as Supreme Dictator For Life.
 
22.10.2011 13:48    Comments: 0    Categories: Writing Scenes      Tags: how to  write  fight scene  randy ingermanson  
This month, we'll look at a better fight scene from a novel and analyze its strengths and weaknesses.
 
22.10.2011 13:38    Comments: 0    Categories: Writing Scenes      Tags: how to  write  fight scene  randy ingermanson  
I rarely interfere with the writing styles of my friends if they're published authors. I don't want to mess them up.
 
22.10.2011 13:06    Comments: 0    Categories: Writing Scenes      Tags: fight scenes  battles  marilynn byerly  
Love and battle scenes have far more in common than most of us realize. Both are the hardest moments in our novels to create convincingly...
 
03.10.2011 00:09    Comments: 0    Categories: Screenwriting  Screenwriting Exercise      Tags: stephen v. duncan  screenwriting exercise  write cinematic scenes  
(Excerpt from "Now Write! Screenwriting: Screenwriting Exercises from Today's Best Writers and Teachers", edited by Sherry Ellis & Laurie Lamson)
 
31.08.2011 01:30    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Writing Craft  Writing Scenes  Writing Tips      Tags: how to write a scene  scenes  
You have two options when writing a scene: outlining and free writing. With outlining, you decide ahead of time the purpose of the scene.
 
17.08.2011 15:59    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Writing  Writing Characters  Writing Craft  Writing Tips      Tags: writing  emotional scenes  stereotyped characters  anne m. marble  
One of the worst things you can do is push your characters into emotional scenes by manipulating characters to act in illogical ways or by forcing the plot to twist into unbelievable directions.
 
05.07.2011 19:25    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Writing Scenes  Writing Craft  Writing Tips      Tags: constructing a scene  writing scenem scenes  crawford kilian  
The basic unit of fiction is not the sentence or the paragraph, but the scene. Every scene in a story has both a verbal and a nonverbal content.
 
22.06.2011 02:41    Comments: 0    Categories: Writing Prompts      Tags: fiction writing prompts  writing prompt  scene  
What is the character's goal? What will happen if he cannot reach it? Is there a time limit? Does he simply get lost, or is he led astray?
 
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