Wednesday, 24 October 2018

Script Magazine newsletters

Here are the latest Script Magazine newsletters for my followers to peruse:

Week in Review


Our family of contributors have shared many fantastic articles on creating and developing complex characters. This week, we take a look back at some of their character advice. Check out our full list of contributors and follow them on Twitter too.

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Story 1
If you're writing about disabled characters and you are not disabled, develop these characters beyond their abilities to tell an authentic story. Consider a disability part of a character's makeup, not the driving engine for your screenplay. Read More...

Story 2
Jen Grisanti examines how the character wound in this year's Oscar-nominated films help the audience connect on a deeper level to the films' protagonists. Read More...

Story 3
Subscribe to the Writer’s Digest FREE email newsletter and download free character development worksheets! Read More...

Story 4
Writing character descriptors is much like presenting them to the Queen. You are that person whispering into the Queen’s ear, telling her who is in line to greet her and why she should care. Read More...

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Story 5
When a story isn't working, you may be able to save your character by stripping away everything else and rebuilding using sturdier, more developed bricks. Read More...

Story 6
A story is not of a lower quality simply because a protagonist doesn’t “change,” but rather, this principle about character arcs has been wrong since the very beginning. Read More...


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Jeanne Veillette Bowerman
Jeanne is the Editor of Script and adapted the Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Slavery by Another Name. Her screenplays were selected as Top 25 Tracking Board Launch Pad, CSExpo Finalist, Second Round Sundance Episodic Lab, and PAGE Awards TV Drama Finalist. Twitter @jeannevb.

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