Stacey Jones: NOTHING BUT SPOILERS (Because That’s How You Learn) #5

THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER
S1:E5 Truth
Review by Stacey Jones

EDITOR’S ALERT: This is the fifth in Stacey Jones’ ongoing discussion of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and its place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Like it says in the title of this post, a world of SPOILERS awaits below the thin red line. Oh and also an assumption that you’re familiar with the MCU!

Episode Five is called Truth. Is there a more loaded word in any language? read article

How to Elevate Your Script by Elevating Its Emotion (With Movie Examples) | Script Reader Pro

Our pals at Sctiptreaderpro.Com have an important video about writing and feeling and bringing so much more to the page (and the screen)!

More videos from Script Reader Pro are HERE

Larry Brody’s TV Writing Tips & Tricks #23 – How Not To Write a Script That Sells. Or Even works.

by Larry Brody

Looking for more detailed info on TV Writing? Then this is for you!

Now, because even though most of you have NOT asked for it – in spite of the face that all of you need it, here’s my take on:

HOW NOT TO WRITE A SCRIPT read article

Writers vs. Execs Dept: Saying No to Free Leavebehinds

The current discussion regarding free leavebehinds is one of the most contentious TV and film writing issues of our time. The Writers Guild of America West is dead against it. In the following video, several top writers do their best to clarify why.

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Larry Brody’s TV Writing Tips & Tricks #22 – Energy Sells

by Larry Brody

Looking for more detailed info on TV Writing? Then this is for you!

In an era where screenwriting courses are rampant, available at your local adult school, junior college, university, vocational school, you-name-it, it’s easy to throw yourself into the study of format and technique.

TV Writer.Com, for example, is bombarded daily with questions about the “best” way to show scene transitions, the “most effective” way to write an action scene, and the “most subtle” way to “imply” rather than “state” a new shot. read article