4 Things That Must Happen In The First 10 Pages Of A Screenplay – Travis Seppala

Film Courage: What kind of work do you do before working on a screenplay? What is the pre-work?

Travis Seppala, Author/Screenwriter: Coming up with ideas, which we talked about a few ways to try and do that. Outlining…again, for me outlining is the most important process. It might not be for other people. For me I have to outline and hammer that story out before I even start page one of any script whether it be TV or feature or short or whatever. That’s my pre-process…when I come up with ideas different ways, some of them are from dreams I’ve had, from watching other movies, from reading other scripts or doing the comp game of combining things…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).

 

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