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Patrick Ness' screenwriting tips

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Patrick Ness' screenwriting tips

Class creator Patrick Ness shares some great screenwriting advice at a BAFTA Cymru event.

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Screenwriting interview - Jack Thorne

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Screenwriting interview - Jack Thorne

Playwright and television writer Jack Thorne (The Fades, Cast-offs, Skins, This Is England '86), talks about why he's psychologically dependent on writing, his 14 hour writing days and how he overcomes obstacles in his scripts.

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The Social: From Script to Video (part #1)

The Social: From Script to Video (part #1)

The Social Script Kit allows you to write a script and share it with the community. Here are scripts that have made the journey from idea to film..

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The Social: From Script to Video (part #2)

The Social: From Script to Video (part #2)

The Social Script Kit allows you to write a script and share it with the community. Here are more scripts that have made the journey from idea to film..

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The Social: From Script to Video (part #3)

The Social: From Script to Video (part #3)

The Social Script Kit allows you to write a script and share it with the community. Here are more scripts that have made the journey from idea to film..

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The Social: From Script to Video (part #4)

The Social: From Script to Video (part #4)

The Social Script Kit allows you to write a script and share it with the community.

Here are some scripts from the hilarious 6 part series 'They'...

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Write A Video Script: What You’re Passionate About

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Write A Video Script: What You’re Passionate About

Would you love to make your own videos about things that matter to you? One of the best places to start is by writing a script for your film. Once you have a script you'll know what you want to happen in it. And you'll also know what you need to plan, who you need to be in it, the locations, the props, everything needed to make your video as close to what you're imagining as possible.

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How to write a script: Beginnings

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How to write a script: Beginnings

Getting the story started means hooking the audience's attention immediately and hitting the ground running. This doesn't mean an action sequence it means starting the story straight away by showing characters in action and by showing who the characters are by what they do.

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Try Writing A Monologue

Try Writing A Monologue

Characters speak all the time in scripts but have you ever tried penning an internal or external monologue?

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How do you bring characters to life?

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How do you bring characters to life?

From drawing dots, to mimicking their voices, to acting our their body language - TV writers including Roy Williams, Toby Whithouse, Debbie Oates and Jimmy McGovern share their techniques for bringing characters to life.

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Get scriptwriting tips

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Get scriptwriting tips

Get hints and tips on scriptwriting from the experts. 

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