5 Tips to Improve Your Screenplay
If you need to explain, it doesn’t work.
LESS IS MORE: SHOW, DON’T TELL.
As cliche as it sounds, most writers tend to write too much information and details which leave little room for reader to depict what the scene is about. Don’t include emotions in the writing. Write what you see and what you hear. The actions and dialogues should be sufficient enough for the reader to “see” what the character is feeling. Start by simplifying and reduce unnecessary details.
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