Script Lab 4: Character Intensive with Scott Myers

with Scott Myers

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Character Intensive: Enrich and focus your story by immersing yourself in the lives of your characters.

In this three-hour lab with Scott, you will work intensively on the characters in your screenplay, which will have the likely impact of increasing tension, clarifying the arc and transformation, elevating the complexity of the reader’s experience and tourniqueting the plot. It will be fantastic!

Submission Requirements

Expect competition for the six slots to be high, so only submit when your work is the best that it can be. To be considered, you will need to submit the following:

  •  Your screenplay for your project.
  •  A supporting statement about you and the project, giving context.

Appearing in this session

Scott Myers

Scott Myers – Screenwriter, Producer, Educator

Credits include K-9 with Jim Belushi and Trojan War with Jennifer Love Hewitt

Scott is head honcho and scribe at Go Into The Story, official screenwriting blog for the Black List.
Scott Myers

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