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A Screenwriter Is Not Going To Sell Their First Screenplay tsl.cm/1Ff2ShJ #Screenwriting pic.twitter.com/RkOXyxG3QS
FIVE PLOT POINT BREAKDOWNS: An American in Paris (1951) tsl.cm/1Ff1Y4K #Screenwriting pic.twitter.com/BUiGA50hHA
This couldn't be truer. "The first draft is just you telling yourself the story." -Terry Pratchett #Screenwriting pic.twitter.com/E7HSL5UhHX
"There is no agony like bearing an untold story inside you." -Zora Neale Hurston #Screenwriting pic.twitter.com/u8R0rjgJ0q
How John Hughes and Ferris Bueller Taught Us All to Relax tsl.cm/1MvUH2J #Movies #JohnHughes pic.twitter.com/0TJNlKmUQP
"It is the beginning of the end when you discover you have style." -Dashiell Hammett #WritingTips #Screenwriting pic.twitter.com/tv3TQx4pS8
"I write so slowly that I could write in my own blood without hurting myself." -Fran Lebowitz #Writing pic.twitter.com/u3ZrB2DkWN
"Writers are desperate people and when they stop being desperate they stop being writers." -Charles Bukowski pic.twitter.com/0CCmgS8u7P
"The solitude of writing is...close to madness, one just disappears for a day and loses touch." -Nadine Gordimer pic.twitter.com/RY6OYFoqAC
"The line of dialogue belongs to the character; the verb is the writer sticking his nose in." -Elmore Leonard pic.twitter.com/rtsbTQgD1v
"A writer falls in love with an idea and gets carried away." -Doris Lessing #Screenwriting #Writing pic.twitter.com/HVo0ODCaOW
"If we do another 'Frozen' @IMKristenBell is going to have to have another baby." -Chris Buck bitly.com/1B0VuzW pic.twitter.com/I9zrqsDNxe
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"Those who write clearly have readers; those who write obscurely have commentators." -Albert Camus #Writing pic.twitter.com/6NHNXvYYSE
"Every sentence must do one of two things: reveal character or advance the action." -Kurt Vonnegut #Screenwriting pic.twitter.com/kgBUb6OYVZ