Lesson Four - The Script
If every script begins with an idea, then every film begins with a script. A script is the blueprint for your film. This lesson begins your long and arduous journey of being a full-fledged screenwriter. Time to strap on your seat belt and prepare for the ride!
During this lesson, you’ll be learning how to put the building blocks of a script in the right order. You’ll learn how to tell which ideas are good and which are not. You’ll also start outlining your idea during this lesson. An outline is a point-by-point summation of everything that is going to happen in your story. You’ll create this as a roadmap for yourself so that you don’t get lost while writing.
This lesson will not only help you strengthen your storytelling skills, but it’ll also prepare you for the eventuality of sitting down and writing. You’ll be doing all the heavy lifting in this lesson. You’ll be figuring out who your characters are, what they want, and how they’re going to succeed or fail. You will walk away from this lesson with everything you need to start writing your script.
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