Writing fight scenes can be tricky for many screenwriters, and it can lead to many questions. How detailed does it need to be? Do you describe every blow and gunshot? What’s realistic?

In this video, we’re answering those questions and more by breaking down five effective tricks to use while writing fight scenes.

Here’s what’s coming up:

• How to lay out a fight scene by setting the stage properly.
• Macro vs. micro-level description and incorporating perspectives.
• Real action film fight examples to study and learn from.



How to Write a Fight Scene in a Script Like a Pro


Over to You:

• Ask yourself, what sets my fight apart from the rest?
• Research different fighting writing styles and write your own.
• What do you think of our methods outlined in this video?

Let us know in the comments section below the video.
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