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During this Breakdown Webcast, Megan will discuss self producing your work and why it’s a good idea! Meghan was a staff writer on HBO’s Emmy-Nominated comedy series, "SILICON VALLEY". Her work has also appeared on Cartoon Network’s "POWER PLAYERS". Full Bio »
During this Breakdown Webcast, Megan will discuss self producing your work and why it’s a good idea!
Meghan was a staff writer on HBO’s Emmy-Nominated comedy series, "SILICON VALLEY". Her work has also appeared on Cartoon Network’s "POWER PLAYERS".
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"Thanks Meghan - great advice & you were a lot of fun to listen to!" -Aimee L.
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We're back in the Writers Room this afternoon for The Breakdown Webcast with Film & Television Writer, Ashley Miller!
As we enter the final month of 2021, it seems appropriate that we breakdown the final of the three acts. The Third Act can make or break your story. During this webcast we will use clips and scripts from your favorites to uncover what makes a 3rd Act work.
We're back in the Writers' Room for the Breakdown Webcast: Tackling Tone. Tone is the most elusive element of screenwriting. Particularly because much of the tone of a project is conveyed by much more than just the script. Tone is really the culmination of every artistic and aesthetic choice made during the production process from the screenplay, the angles of the camera, the choices the actors make, cinematography, pacing of a scene, music, costume design, and more. During this webcast, we discuss how to capture tone on the page in ways that you are able to convey a vision that can be interpreted by the other artists who will come to work on the project. We examine some of our favorite films and television series to see how tone was captured on the page and then realized on the screen. We also discuss tips on how you can achieve balance and clarity in your tone.
Cursing in dialogue can have an impact on many things in your screenplay. We'll examine how swearing is used to reveal character, explore subtext, and drive a narrative forward.
Toph Eggers is a screenwriter and author with 15 years of experience as a working writer. He's had scripts optioned by Montecito Picture Company for Paramount Pictures. He is also the screenwriter of the Fox Searchlight project, "THE THREE NIGHT STAND".
We're back in the Writers Room this afternoon for The Breakdown Webcast with Development Executive at Cooke Media Group, Laura Woodworth! We breakdown produced screenplays focusing on a different aspect of writing every webcast.