Ah. Structure. I think that could be a book unto itself. Certainly there are different schools of thought. To many, and really, myself, typically structure is all about the types

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Well… I must admit, I was surprised to see how short my section on characters was in the checklist. I find myself checking to see if something was deleted. But,

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The second area with the sliding scale (1-10) on Talentville is Story. There’s definitely a lot here: Did you just read a story or a collection of scenes? Big difference. While

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One of the areas you mark a script at Talentville is on Concept. I assembled the following list of prompts to help the reviewer (usually me) delve into whether the

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I’m not currently terribly active, but I’m a top reviewer over at Talentville,  a community for screenwriters developed by Final Draft creator Ben Cahan. Last May, I got tired of

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McDonald’s knows all about that one. In my case, though, it’s all about Tim Horton’s. Back in the seventies, when I was but a wee lad, my parents had a

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I must admit, as a long term Marvel fan, this is an exciting time. The Avengers has just done boffo box-office, sequels to Iron Man and Thor are due in

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They produce a lot of concept art in entertainment media, specifically movies and games. I have a lot of “The Art of…” books in both arenas; they’ve been very inspirational from

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Wow! Very cool. I just got the email from Scriptapalooza – Quarterfinalists have been announced. I amble over to the site (I was sitting down, so I didn’t have to

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If you’re here on my site, chances are you’ve figured out by now that I’m a graphic designer/illustrator by trade who writes screenplays in his off-time and is currently turning

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