Screenplay Companion: A Workbook for Screenwriters
Before you can write one word, you have to have an idea of what to write.
Screenplay Companion is a writer's workbook that will help you develop that idea for your screenplay, novel, or play. You keep all of your scenes, characters, journal entries, notes, research and more in one workbook. All the work you put into your project will always be there for you. No more loosing that note or great idea for a scene.
Organized to help you start and finish your script
Whether you're working writer or first time writer, Screenplay Companion will help you create store, organize and stay on top of your deadline and schedules.
Screenplay Companion is straight forward and easy to use. Whether you're traveling or staying at home, you'll always be able to work on your script. Capturing ideas in the middle of the night or at a coffee shop. This work-book was designed to be a companion to the many 'how-to-write' books in the marketplace today.
Screenplay Companion features:
- STORY: Helps you lay down your story line.
- MAJOR SCENES: Establish critical scenes, plot-points, misdirection & more.
- SCENE ANALYSIS: You build your screenplay scene by scene. With it you can see exactly how your scenes are developing and which characters are in them.
- STORY BOARDS: Act I, II & III. Using Post-it-Note® you can change scenes on the fly. Experiment with the rhythm or direction of your story.
- JOURNAL: Provides a place to write down your thoughts, interesting dialogue, character traits, research or anything you may need to help write your screenplay.
- CHARACTERS: Who are they? What is their background? What motivates them? With this section you answer those questions. You breathe life into your characters.
- CHARACTER RELATIONSHIPS: This allows you to analyze the relationship and motivation between your characters. Why they do what they do.
- WHAT IF: That scenario of yours… that spark that started you thinking… what if?
- BREAKING STORY: Helps you organize the major beats of your screenplay.
- THE HOOK: The first 5 to 10 pages that lock your readers.
- CHARACTER OBSTACLES: What are the problems that the Protagonist & Antagonist have to work through?
- LOCATION: The Location & Period of your story.
- SCRIPT SUBMITTAL LOG: Keep track of whom you give your scripts to.
- TIME MANAGEMENT LOG: Organize your time to write.
- WRITER’S ASSIGNMENT: Assignments or notes from an Instructor or writing partner.
- Publisher Write-Side Productions
- Date available: 01/01/2010
- Publication date: 04/22/1993
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Meet the Author: W. L. Davis Jr.
W.L. Davis is a graduate of Cal-State Long Beach Film School. He's worked on various shows at Fox and Warner Bros. TV shows – Dark Angel and Wanda at Large.