WRITING GREAT DIALOGUE (Part 1: Secrets & Tricks)

WRITING GREAT DIALOGUE IS A MUST (Part 1: How-To)

A very good article from a Script Coverage company that gives you solid Dos & Don’ts when creating unique characters by writing believable dialogue….

…”Remember… if it ain’t on the page it ain’t on the stage”.

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The Dialogue Article Includes:

* How Screen-Dialogue differs from Real-Life Dialogue

* How to make Dialogue Realistic & Unique

* Keep your exchanges Interesting & Engaging

* Great Dialogue has Drama

* Long Exchanges & Speeches are forbidden

* How to Create Unique Characters

* How to abbreviate Dialogue the way people speak

…Plus more from an excellent script coverage company (CLICK BELOW)

http://reelauthors.com/screenplay-coverage/how-to-write-great-dialogue.php

 

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Dov S-S Simens / Dean / Hollywood Film Institute

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    5 Rules of Dialogue Writing
    Dialogue should reflect your character’s background. …
    Be true to the period. …
    Desire should motivate your characters to speak. …
    Fictional characters don’t say “uh.” In real life, speech has lots of padding or “stuffing”: words like umms and yeahs. …
    There’s always subtext.

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