Article: Writing for Film

Writing For Film

from BBC Writersroom

“Screenwriting is without literary merit. Film scripts are written to be produced as drama rather than read as literature. Finished screenplays are a blueprint – a starting point in the production process rather than an end point in their own right.”

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