the mythical orthodoxy of screenwriting

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  • #76
    heehee. it is, it is.











    "That's how Faceless Joe lost his legs!" -Homer Simpson

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    • #77
      Re: the mythical orthodoxy of screenwriting

      Here are some guidelines I agree with.

      --Writer's write.
      --Trust your creative process.
      --Don't get it right, get it written.

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      • #78
        Re: Re: the mythical orthodoxy of screenwriting

        i don't think you need to write better than anybody, whatever that means.

        i'd say trying to compete against other writers is the biggest piece of horseshit ever spread. and i've spread it.

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        • #79
          Re: Re: the mythical orthodoxy of screenwriting

          1. The first rule of Screenwriting is: you do not talk about Screenwriting.
          2. The second rule of Screenwriting is: you DO NOT talk about Screenwriting.
          3. If the agent says stop, goes limp, or taps out, the script needs a rewrite.
          4. Two agents to a fight.
          5. Always write one script at a time.
          6. Never write in a shirt, nor shoes.
          7. Scripts can go on as long as they have to.
          8. If this is your first attempt at Screenwriting, you have to write.

          Sorry, couldn't resist....

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