The rules are simple: Find a story that can be boiled down to a single, easily digestible concept.
This will ensure the movie is well acted and well thought out.
Here are the five basic rules that you must follow when writing a film for your movie career: 1.
Have a character.
The character is the heart of a movie.
A character can serve as the anchor of the story and guide the audience through its twists and turns.
A good character will always give the audience a reason to keep watching.
You will need that character for the rest of the movie.
The more you can create a solid foundation for your story, the better it will be for you and your audience.
Have an idea.
The most important thing about your character is to have a plan.
If your idea isn’t compelling, the audience will just ignore it.
The less you have to focus on your idea, the less you will need to think about it and the more the audience won’t care.
Have your story well written.
Write a good story that will resonate with the audience.
Write it with the same urgency and passion you put into your movie.
If you don’t have fun, your movie will be a boring mess.
A story with a plot, a main character, and a few supporting characters will not work for the audience to follow.
Have some fun.
That is your character’s life.
Make it as fun as possible.
Have enough time.
Your character is not only going to be on screen all the time, but she will also be in the movie at all times.
You need to give her a lot of room to breathe and let her breathe.
Have the right dialogue.
If it’s not in your story or your script, your audience will not be able to follow the dialogue.
This is why you should write the dialogue as concisely as possible and stick to it throughout the whole movie.
This can be tricky.
But don’t give up.
You can use all your creativity and get the most out of your script by writing dialogue that is fun, relevant, and relevant for the story.
So, now that you have your film written and you’ve written your story and your dialogue, what is next?
Make your film.
Write your script.
Watch the trailer.
Watch a bunch of videos.
See the actors.
Write the movie screenplay.
Now is the time to start thinking about how to get your film made.