The screenwriter’s audience is not the reader. It is the "viewer" within the reader.
The two most essential elements that are missing in most screenplays are pacing and atmosphere.
“The most important person in the motion picture process is the writer, and we must do everything in our power to prevent them from ever realizing it.” - Irving Thalberg
For the reader the Visual Mindscape is the gateway to the Visceral Experience.
"A character is a collection of qualities." – Aristotle
If film is first and foremost a visual medium then shouldn't the screenplay which is the heart, soul and spine of the film also be a visual experience?
The location you choose for a scene can go a long way in enhancing its inner journey.
Every action, element and scene within a screenplay exists only in the "Absolute Present Tense."
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