Watch 20. The bigger the baddie, the bolder the victory
Your villain is what makes your hero stand out and dazzle. Whatever shape your antagonist takes, you want it to be crafted just as well as the protagonist is.
It’s the golden rule that’ll keep your screenplay tighter than Terry Cruz’s abs: Get in late and leave early.
Cut as much as you can out of the beginning and end of each scene and see if it still works. As soon as the goal of each scene is achieved, get out of there!
You’ve crafted multidimensional characters who feel real & relatable, and you’ve given them a journey worth caring about. What’s next?
You want to infuse those suckers with some serious motivation!
A character’s motivation is something to which viewers try to relate. They want to understand...
Ever wondered if there’s more to the magic of storytelling?
You know there’s something enchanting about the way a particular movie or TV show moves forward, but you’re not exactly sure why. What is it that makes it flow so well?
We’ve already touched on that in “Enter late, leave early”, wh...