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Don’t miss our interviews and articles featuring all ten of the 89th Academy Award screenwriting nominees and their scripts.
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Another year, another Academy Awards ceremony. And, once again, we have articles and interviews featuring all 10 of the screenwriters and scripts nominated in the Best Screenplay and Best Adapted Screenplay categories.
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“Memorable lines with a sense of humour can determine whether or not your script sticks in a reader’s mind.”
Kieron Moore
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“When writing – and, perhaps more importantly, when re-writing – question all your characters’ decisions. If they’re making odd choices simply because of where you want them to end up, this could seriously damage a reader’s immersion. In such a case, you’d be better off revising your story to ensure that both story logic and character motivation make sense.”
Kieron Moore
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“Watch The Phantom Menace and describe Obi-Wan’s personality. It’s difficult, as he has no defining characteristics, no clear arc, and sits out a big chunk of the plot as the even less interesting Qui-Gon explores Tatooine. In this script, characters serve plot functions rather than stories about them as people. As a result, there’s no reason for us to like any of them. Developing interesting, distinct characters and letting them guide the story, rather than vice versa, should be a priority for any screenwriter.”
Kieron Moore
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