Why Do I Need This?
“Scene!” “Action!” “Stage Left.” “Enter Right.” “Slugline.”
These may sound familiar, but do you know how to incorporate them into your writing? You may have the best idea for a movie or a play, and you can see it in your mind perfectly, but how do you tackle translating your vision into a script that will be taken seriously?
Writing scripts for movies and plays is said to be one of the most difficult arts to master, and not just because of all the jargon and formatting requirements to remember. Even the best authors struggle with writing a script because it is an entirely different art form.
Screenplays have to provide exchanges between actors, but film is primarily a visual medium, so when an actor can convey something with an expression or look it shouldn’t be written as dialogue. Play scripts, on the other hand, are almost nothing but dialogue because a playwright cannot rely on the audience being able to see every gesture or frown from their seats.
If your material doesn’t fit those requirements or isn’t formatted with the right font type and size, it could get tossed out without consideration.
Both of these script types require very distinct talents to bring your vision to life, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up on writing the next big movie hit or play success on Broadway. We have the talent you need on hand.
Our writers have helped other visionaries create expertly crafted scripts for plays, movies, and television.
So, while you are planning the backdrop for your stage, looking at head-shots, and searching for the perfect cameraman or director, we will take your story line and give it just the level of dialogue and stage/scene direction required for your chosen vehicle.
We know how to write these materials so that your vision is clear for your stage or film crew, leaving them with little to interpret on their own. Get in touch with us today and make those Hollywood or Broadway dreams come true.
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