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“If you take the occasional seminar and come away with one great tip you didn’t know before, that’s a good thing. But I’ve come to believe you only learn on your own by doing it, by trying to tell stories that work. When you write 14-20 screenplays, you begin to internalize a sense of timing and movement of the story, structure, and dialogue. It’s not somebody else’s rules that matter, it’s your own. If you do it by trial and error from the inside out, your work will find its own unique storytelling voice.”
Michael Schiffer
screenwriter, Crimson Tide, Lean on Me
Quoted in The 101 Habits of Highly Successful Screenwriters
by Karl Iglesias
page 32

Scott W. Smith

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