99% Of All Screenplays Submitted Are Unreadable – Jeff Kitchen


Jeff Kitchen, Dramatist / Author / Founder / Consultant:  Realistically 98% (and some people say it’s 99.9) of all scripts submitted are unreadable.

Film Courage: How do most non-professional screenwriters create plot?

Jeff: Often it’s the same as professional screenwriters but professional screenwriters can evaluate what they’re creating. Whereas non-professionals don’t have the ability to eyeball their material at a professional critique level so that they will get excited about an idea they have and it can either be too derivative where it’s been used in way too many movies and tv shows or stage plays so that most people won’t be interested in it unless…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).

 

BUY THE BOOK – WRITING A GREAT MOVIE: 

Key Tools For Successful Screenwriting 

https://amzn.to/38VSHEg

 

FREE CLASS ON REVERSE CAUSE AND EFFECT WITH JEFF KITCHEN

https://bit.ly/2LMDWeb

 

CONNECT WITH JEFF KITCHEN 

Script.kitchen 

Facebook

LinkedIn

Twitter

 

Related videos:

Every Story Is About A PROBLEM — Erik Bork

Is It Important For A Writer To Know A Story’s Theme Before Writing? by Karl Iglesias

The Stakes In Every Story Are Always Life And Death — Alan Watt [Founder of L.A. Writers’ Lab]

A Great Idea Doesn’t Make You A Writer — Shannan E. Johnson

How Do You Tell A Great Story? by John Truby


 

Advertisement – contains affiliate links 

(As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases)