Killer Scene Descriptions: Using Screenplay Style to Express YOUR Writer’s Voice

Room: Tuke Hall
Time: Friday 6:30pm

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Killer Scene Descriptions: Using Screenplay Style to Express YOUR Writer’s Voice image

Each line of a script’s scene description offers a writer the opportunity to express their unique voice. How? Through the marriage of genre and style.

Scott Myers debunks the mythical screenwriting ‘rules’ surrounding scene descriptions and demonstrates the ways in which successful professional writers convey their voice through screenplay style. You will get to grips with these four ways in which the master screenwriters write screenplays that are simply un-put-downable.

  1. Narrative Voice
  2. Imagematic Writing
  3. Psychological Writing
  4. Action Writing

Get a script reader’s attention by learning how to transform scene description into an expression of your own Narrative Voice.

Screenwriting Practical help

Actors Table Read: LIVE

Actors Table Read: LIVE

How do actors and a director approach your screenplay? What happens when your words are reinterpreted through other artists? Join us for a sensational live onstage performance and deconstruction of one LSF delegate’s script.

PitchFest Bootcamp with Bob

PitchFest Bootcamp with Bob

Great American Pitchfest Guru Bob Schultz will start every day with a short 30 minute PitchFest bootcamp to get you ready for your pitch!