"At the end of the day, your voice is an expression of you. What you care about. What you are passionate about. What enlivens you. What compels you to sit down and pound out pages. In terms of discovering your voice, there is perhaps nothing more important than tapping into that core aspect of your Self. What do you want to say? How do you want to say it?"
Do you have a voice as a screenwriter? As Scott Meyers points out in the article (that I'm posting the link for below) writers like Wes Anderson and Quentin Tarantino have distinctive voices as writers. These voices make their work recognizable.
From where I sit, my voice has developed over time. One of the key ingredients for me is coming at a story from an interesting angle. For example, if you're going to write a screenplay about a famous person or historical event, come at from a very compelling unique perspective that nobody has thought of before you.
How you found your voice yet? https://gointothestory.blcklst.com/5-screenwriting-skills-4-voice-b22129...