Being A Screenwriter Lesson 9: Thinking Cinematically

Being A Screenwriter Lesson 9:  Thinking Cinematically
Being A Screenwriter Lesson 9:  Thinking Cinematically
Being A Screenwriter Lesson 9:  Thinking Cinematically
Being A Screenwriter Lesson 9:  Thinking Cinematically
Being A Screenwriter Lesson 9:  Thinking Cinematically
Being A Screenwriter Lesson 9:  Thinking Cinematically
Being A Screenwriter Lesson 9:  Thinking Cinematically
Being A Screenwriter Lesson 9:  Thinking Cinematically
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This lesson is part of the series entitled Being A Screenwriter.

Lesson 9 - Thinking Cinematically: Showing Rather than Telling

The fundamental tool of screenwriting, the storyboard, is at the center of this introduction to cinematic thinking. As learners linking a chain of visuals in order to tell their stories, the principle of “show, don’t tell” makes good sense and great fun.
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