Industrial Scripts has written a new post giving screenwriters the key pieces of advice they can action when writing screenplays, and how to eliminate the constant advice coming out of social media and the internet, that can be contradictory and confusing.
London, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/01/2015 -- Few if any films exist without a screenplay, and cinema provides a potentially unlimited pallet for storytellers to delve deeply into the inner psyche or explode outward into the fantastical cosmos. As such, many writers seek to write a screenplay, but most don't understand the industry expectations, and with so much advice available, paralysis by analysis can set in…
Industrial Scripts is a specialist screenplay analysis company that helps its diverse client base of producers, screenwriters and directors improve their film and TV projects. The company has now created an editorial that filters the best gems from the oceans of screenwriting advice now available online, from some of filmmaking's best minds, to deliver a beautifully simple, ten-point guide that will ensure they never have to research writing advice again.
The advice selected comes from leading figures such as Paul Thomas Anderson, Joss Whedon, Jonathan Nolan, and Alfred Hitchcock, as well as critics like Mark Kermode. It features ten tips in single sentence aphorisms, expanded upon with quotes and analysis from the site's expert team.
The article also offers direct links to their more than twenty script analysis services, so as soon as screenwriters have something concrete to work with, they can begin to optimize it via expert script feedback and prepare it to go out to agents, producers and the wider industry. In one of the most competitive sectors in the world, getting expert advice first is absolutely critical to a writer's fortunes, because they may only get one chance to impress when it comes to submitting the script for real.
A spokesperson for Industrial Scripts explained, "Time is money, and a lot of screenwriters spend more time reading about writing than writing. Writers have to procrastinate, to let ideas percolate, but after a while enough is enough, and the only way to improve as writer is to write. This article has been thoroughly researched, shortlisted and crystallized to form the best succinct guide to screenwriting advice, eliminating advice overload where creatives can begin struggling to tell the wood from the trees".
About Industrial Scripts
Industrial Scripts is one of the world's leading script development companies. Formed in late 2009 out of offices on Regent Street in Central London, the company offers a group of industry specialists with sophisticated script development skills and rock-solid credentials in film and TV. Industrial Scripts delivers a variety of scriptwriting courses, script reading services, and a membership community designed to get writers and scripts market-ready. Industrial Scripts is backed by the Curtis Brown agency, and has now been reviewed over 500 times by its customers on Google-approved reviews platforms like TrustPilot.com, Reviews.co.uk and ReviewCentre.com.
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