Writing Engaging Character Introductions (From Script)

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In this week’s round up brought to us by Script magazine, learn craft techniques on how to master writing character introductions, meet author and screenwriter Lexie Bean and an exclusive interview with horror-comedy Studio 666 screenwriters Jeff Buhler and Rebecca Hughes.

Writing Engaging Character Introductions

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Script contributor Kira-Anne Pelican, PhD provides actionable craft techniques on how to master character introductions with examples from memorable television shows and films.

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Trans/Non-Binary Survivor Lexie Bean Let’s Life Experience Serve as the Basis for their Book and Movie Projects

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Author and screenwriter Lexie Bean is in the process of finding a buyer for their screen adaptation of the middle-grade novel The Ship We Built, Bean chronicles a meaningful journey for those in similar shoes. And the filmmaker easily resists the temptation to not let a Hollywood ending water down the nature of this struggle.

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Heightening Reality with Comedy, Horror, Mythology and the Foo Fighters: An Interview with Studio 666 Screenwriters Jeff Buhler and Rebecca Hughes

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Studio 666 screenwriters Jeff Buhler and Rebecca Hughes speak with Script about how they got tapped to write this movie based on an idea by Dave Grohl, their collaborative process, and why it was important to heighten reality in the script for these rock stars turned actors.

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