Trying to sell your script?
There’s a world of difference between writing a screenplay and a theatrical play, but both rely on great characters, story and dialogue. Of course, writing the script is one thing, actually selling it is something completely different.
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Always check a listing’s website before submitting. Submission guidelines, subjects covered, and even contact information can all change at a moment’s notice. So be ultra-professional and double check before making your submission.
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Develop a thick skin. Writing scripts can be very rewarding work, but it is also more collaborative than other genres of writing. As a result, scriptwriters need to be able to take criticism (both constructive and less so) and edits in stride. It’s all a team effort.
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