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    subtext

    good one. Hopefully that yawn is not directed to the info you've been reading.
    Meg.
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    by Meg Lacey
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    New level

    I hope it will let you find your own way forward and good luck.

    Meg
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    break through

    I really hope the class will help you also. Meanwhile, great imaginative thoughts. Relax and just let things come. When I am blocked in anyway, I sometimes just sit at the computer and throw my...
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    Subtext

    Let's face it, subtext is difficult in a novel, much easier in film. In film you see the character's action and expression visually so you don't have to do much thinking work,

    Let's say your...
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    by Meg Lacey
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    Only for screenwriting- NO

    Hi, Writing the film strip in your head is for anyone who writes fiction. It's a way to increase the visualization in your work. In addition the plot point screenwriting techniques can be used for...
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    Elephant and Tree

    Terrific work. Great imagination. Now take that tree background and build a mini storyboard around it.
    I hope you will find this all useful.
    Meg Lacey
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    subtext

    Hey, I just got back from 3 weeks in CA and even Valley Girls have subtext moments. LOL
    Meg Lacey
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    Film/Structure-Other Elements

    OTHER ELEMENTS
    Film begins with an IMAGE

    Next you need MOMENTUM and FOCUS. Each scene leads to the next. A cause and effect relationship. Every scene advances the action, bringing the story...
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    Film Strip And Structure

    WRITING THE FILM STRIP IN YOUR HEAD- Meg Lacey

    To really visualize you must: observe, look at everything, write down what you see, hear, feel, taste and smell.

    The mind thinks in images and...
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    New here!

    Hello everyone. I'm Meg Lacey. I have just joined the forum area, but have advertised my two newest books in Coffee Time. I'm excited to be here. I'll be teaching an online class in May, "Writing...
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