Dialogue is the mainstay of every. single. screenplay. Great characters, great concepts and great plots mean still get PASSED if the dialogue doesn’t deliver on the promise of greatness.
With millions of dollars on the line in the biz, your dialogue has to be great.
But when you write that in script after script? Your reputation becomes the screenwriter who DELIVERS.
Write Powerful Dialogue that EXCEEDS Hollywood’s Expectations!
Only a fraction of what people say in real life is even close to being good enough for screenplays. Dialogue needs to deliver on multiple levels, entertaining, intriguing and surprising the reader page after page.
It can’t just ‘sound real’. It needs to be better than everyday banter.
Powerful dialogue does all of that and more, bringing IMMEDIATE improvement to any screenplay you write…
… And makes you stand out from the scores of scripts producers get every day.
Advanced Dialogue Made Clear
Studying many of the best scripts in recent film history, we’ve distilled amazing dialogue into a set of straightforward techniques that any writer can use.
This class’ skill set will teach you great ways to:
Bring Characters to Life
Write Colorful Dialogue
Entertain with Irony & Contrast
Add Subtext Cover-ups and Pointers
Rewrite Dialogue Effectively
Once you know the techniques, you can apply them to every screenplay – and intrigue even the toughest readers!
Day 1: What Makes Dialogue Great? Day 2: Expressing Character Day 3: More Character In My Dialogue Please Day 4: Contrasting Dialogue Day 5: Anticipatory Dialogue Day 6: Dialogue Structures Day 7: Subtext Dialogue Cover-ups Day 8: Subtext Pointers Day 9: Creating Colorful Dialogue Day 10: Applying Advanced Dialogue To Your Script
Rated 5.00 out of 5
Duration: 10 days
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