Rewrite Tips to Make Your Script Marketable
At a Glance
ABOUT THE WEBINAR
The road to getting your script produced is fraught with pitfalls and chances to commit grave errors, but the biggest mistake you can make could happen before you even begin your journey. It all starts with your script. If you are not getting the feedback that you are hoping for with your script perhaps it is time to consider some rewrite tips that will make your script more marketable. With over 50 hours of produced television credits, Heather Hale can speak from experience about every aspect of the TV and film industry. With her guidance you can ensure that you are able to make your screenplay stand out from all of the others.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
The relationships between art, craft and trade in the screenwriting business Details about the process of what happens to your script after it is sold How to make the reading experience of your script emulate what the finished product would look like Some tools to see your script as a reader might How to seek out valuable feedback on your writing What to do with feedback you disagree with “Speed bumps” that disrupt the experience of your script
- Date available: 01/03/2014
- Publication date: 01/03/2014
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Meet the Author: Heather Hale
Heather Hale is a film and television writer, director and producer, as well as a script consultant and popular international speaker. Her credits include writing, directing and producing Snitch, a feature thriller that starred Edward Furlong (Terminator 2), Ed Asner (Up, Lou Grant) and Meat Loaf Aday (Fight Club, Rocky Horror Picture Show); writing The Courage to Love, the $5.5 million dollar 2000 Lifetime Original Movie that starred Vanessa Williams, Diahann Carroll, Gil Bellows and Stacy Keach, two PBS series that both won Emmys and two series for Faith for Today TV that both won Tellys...