Screenwriting : Dreaming by Roberto Dragonne

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Roberto Dragonne


If a character falls sleep on a scene and he will start dreaming (of course the dream is really important for the story), do I have to create a new Scene Heading or just specify that he is dreaming? Thanks.

Dan Guardino

Roberto. You need to create a new scene heading so they know where to film the scene. You can say he is dreaming in the action.

Roberto Dragonne

Great, Dan. Thank you.

Hernán Crespo

Like Dan said. Because it may have a special kind of transition between scenes, you may want to add a CUT TO or something of the sorts.

Roberto Dragonne

That's very helpful Hernán, muchas gracias.

William Martell

Scene heading for every new location.

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