Max Your Script’s Produceability Without Losing The Plot

Room: D204/5

with Sascha Hecks, Angeli Macfarlane, Sophie Meyer, Luke Ryan, and Stephen May
moderated by Angeli Macfarlane

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You’ve written a killer story that everybody likes, but now you need them to LOVE IT.

Rewriting and polishing your script to make it easier to sell on up the production food chain is an art in itself – tweaking characters so that actors are fighting to play their part or shaving $thousands off a production budget by simply substituting one prop or action with another.

Small changes make BIG DIFFERENCES. Which ones mean the most?