When Script Studio’s creator, Dan Bronzite, reached out to me about the possibility of a review, he also mentioned how he’d come up with the software thanks to his own experiences with screenwriting.
I was in intrigued to find out more about the story behind Script Studio (formerly called Movie Outline), so I sent him some questions. Here’s what he had to say.Read More
If we learn writing through reading, we learn screenwriting through watching. Whilst I think the importance of a good film shouldn’t be overlooked, TV is becoming big-budget business too. There will always be low-budget...Read More
Dialogue is great. It’s one of my favourite things to write because I feel like I can really see and hear the character when I put those words on to a page. However, studying Creative Writing has taught me that too much...Read More
Watching a play can provoke many emotions: happiness, sadness, even anger. You get far more creative license writing a play than you would a screenplay (compare Posh to The Riot Club, and you’ll see what I mean). However,...Read More
Despite the amount of drivel produced for film and TV these days, writing a screenplay is not easy. Surprisingly, it takes a lot of work to produce the same thing over and over. However, it doesn’t take anywhere near as...Read More
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