Nearly everything you watch—that big blockbuster movie, your favorite television show, all the commercials that pop up in the middle—was written by someone. Before anything goes into production in Hollywood and beyond, it needs to have a structure in place so that the actors know what to do and say, the directors know what to film, and the producers know where their money is going. This is called screenwriting, and it’s an essential part of making any film or television show. If you have a story that you want to tell in a visual format, it’s time to dive into the screenwriting world. The good thing about it is that, with a little bit of knowledge and a lot of practice, anyone can develop this unique craft. Here’s how to become a screenwriter.
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