Four Stages To Writing A Screenplay

So while it wasn’t done in a day, thats mainly because time is a hot commodity. Add up the hour here and hour there and there you go, though I have no idea what the exact number is. I finished writing a screenplay today – and felt like it went through a four stage process, […]

Writing The Screenplay – Round Two, The Fix Up Review

So we drew up an outline to make sure the screenplay kept pace and didn’t go into those dangerous dead-end tangents. And then we used an iPad app to churn through pages at a fast pace (we’ll be reviewing other apps soon). We exported to Word and needed to do some tidying up. This was […]

Scripts Pro for iPad Review

One of the rare moments where I get a chance to really work on screenplays is whilst traveling. And a couple weeks back I had a pair of long flights to endure. However, I’m not one to take a laptop, let alone on a plane where there’s hardly any room to move. But at the […]

Common Questions When Writing A Screenplay

So I did the outline as per the post http://www.deadredeyes.com/how-to-write-a-screenplay-in-one-day – practicing what I preach of course – and it technically took a month, but also took only a day if not less when going by time.  Over the past month I had an hour here and an hour there at best, and so this added into […]

Almost Halfway There – Or What I’ve Learned in 6 Months

Almost 6 months to the day, we thought about finally getting our act together, taking things a bit more seriously perhaps. We always had an interest in film and writing, but couldn’t quite get it off the ground. Life got in the way. We had to make ends meet, we weren’t quite ready for the critique […]

How To Write A Screenplay in One Day

So, one thing I’ve been working on with the three screenplays currently in progress is efficiency. Outlining, writing when you are in a good flow, a good state of mind is key. Some days I am full of ideas and hooks that come from every direction. Some days I am useless. However what used to […]