One of our most active members, Philip Hardy, posted a link in one of our lounges recently and it resonated with me as a screenwriter so much that I felt compelled to share it with our 500,000+ members.
So often in our threads, there is great discussion about "breaking" screenwriting rules or what works best when writing a script. Debate is always a part of these discussions, which is never wrong and always welcomed.
I imagine the post I'm going to share from Phoenix Screenwriters will spark even more healthy debate. Give a read to what post author Carlo DallOlmo shares as he digs into 8 factors screenwriters should consider when sitting down to pen a script:
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