Scott McConnell

Writing a Dramatic Script: Five Key Techniques

Writing a Dramatic Script: Five Key Techniques

Scott McConnell on plot and story, creating a layered central conflict, and the use of disguise, deception and complications.

Scott McConnell on plot and story, creating a layered central conflict, and the use of disguise, deception and ingenious complications.

 Scott McConnell

John Gay and Terence Rattigan at Separate Tables

John Gay and Terence Rattigan at <i>Separate Tables</i>

Drama as inference and inference as drama

by Scott McConnell John Gay is a Los Angeles-based screenwriter who has had dozens of his film and TV scripts produced. His films include The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, The Hallelujah Trail, No Way to Treat a Lady, Run Silent, Run Deep and Soldier Blue. In television he is especially known for his adaptations […]


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