Craft: Character Introductions
The average screenplay features between 15-25 characters. How you introduce them goes a long way toward a script reader’s ability to distinguish and relate to them.
1-week online screenwriting course
When Mick Jagger once penned, “Please allow me to introduce myself,” he was definitely onto something. And we think we are, too, with this 1-week online course that provides perhaps the first and last words on a critical subject, providing a variety of ways to usher new characters into your story.
- Learn about editorializing, Narrative Voice, using physicality as personality, and how to handle Primary, Secondary and Tertiary character introductions.
- Workshop your own story’s characters and how they are introduced, refining the way you bring them into your script.
Seven lectures written by Scott Myers
Special insider tips
Daily forum Q&As
Workshop writing assignments with instructor and class feedback
A 90-minute live teleconference between instructor and class members