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Prisqua Camiul
Posted June 20, 2016 6:05 PM
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I just completed a writing course and one of my assessments was to write a short movie script. I had no idea! I had never ever thought about how is a movie or TV series written. It ended up being the best module out of the whole course. I decided to expand my short script into a TV series pilot. So I am working on that.


I am also starting university to get a bachelor of creative writing and, at my age, I know it is not going to be easy but I am looking forward to the time where i will be studying screenwriting in greater depth.  


Looking forward to read scripts and getting some inspiration and advice.


Geoff Morton
Posted June 20, 2016 6:33 PM
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Welcome to T'ville. :)


It's a long and challenging task you've taken upon yourself, but it can be an awesome one too. There'll be lots of folks here happy to offer up words of wisdom on your script, once you earn some Talentdollars (site currency) to buy some reviews. You earn that site currency by delivering reviews of your own.


If you're interested, I'd direct you to a "checklist" that I've put together, aimed at helping people deliver comprehensive reviews. It's really just a series of prompts, questions that you can answer about the script you just read. Answer a good number of the questions, and you'll have yourself a pretty hefty review.


You can also use it to analyze your own script, if you want. It's hard to be really objective about one's own script, but one can try.


Anyways... http://www.talentville.com/discussion/3808


Prisqua Camiul
Posted June 20, 2016 7:32 PM
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Welcome to T'ville. :)


It's a long and challenging task you've taken upon yourself, but it can be an awesome one too. There'll be lots of folks here happy to offer up words of wisdom on your script, once you earn some Talentdollars (site currency) to buy some reviews. You earn that site currency by delivering reviews of your own.


If you're interested, I'd direct you to a "checklist" that I've put together, aimed at helping people deliver comprehensive reviews. It's really just a series of prompts, questions that you can answer about the script you just read. Answer a good number of the questions, and you'll have yourself a pretty hefty review.


You can also use it to analyze your own script, if you want. It's hard to be really objective about one's own script, but one can try.


Anyways... http://www.talentville.com/discussion/3808



I like a good challenge Wink and joined your group so I will study that list, thank you.