1. Writing a screenplay for reading and one for shooting are very different. This short video summarizes the differences between a shooting draft and other ways to write a script.

    cinematography by Jerod Narwocki

    starring Mike Maletic

    written, directed, and hosted by Peter John Ross

    © copyright 2014 FRAMELINES

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    and grants from THE GREATER COLUMBUS ARTS COUNCIL gcac.org and the Ohio Arts Council oac.org

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  2. The fourth in my (long-delayed) series of screenwriting scriptcasts showing how I'd rewrite scenes. This one focuses on dialogue, using an actual scene from Lance Edmand's Bluebird. (With his blessing.)

    Because it's a longer scene than the others, there's more scrolling. You may want to check the before-and-afters in scrippet form posted at

    http://johnaugust.com/ceuyx

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  3. This is Lecture #1 from the New York Film Academy's online screenwriting course. In this lecture, instructor Claude Kerven begins to talk about plot structure and the essential elements needed to create a good story.

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