Writing a script outline is probably the most important preparatory step you can take as a writer. In this video, we’re going to show you how to write a screenplay outline and then transpose it into screenplay form, all of which will potentially save you months of rewrites.

Here’s what’s coming up:
• How to use existing movies as a guide for your outline.
• How to figure out character motivations and plot points.
• Practical exercises and downloadable script outline templates.



How to Write a Script Outline and Save Months of Rewrites


Over to You:
• Ask yourself, is my idea fleshed out enough to turn into a screenplay?
• Use existing movies to help turn your idea into a detailed outline.
• What do you think of our methods outlined in this post?

Let us know in the comments section below the video.
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