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Take a look at how I handled flashbacks in my most recent script. This is consistent with David Trottier's book, The Screenwriter's Bible as Anthony mentioned, but there are numerous ways to do it. As long as it is clear you can't go wrong.
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Contests: Los Angeles International Screenplay Awards Winter 2021 - Quarterfinalist; 13 Horror - Additional Winner - pdf format
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New writer interested in feedback on this work, please be nice
Posted by:Gary Parr Date Posted: Yesterday, 9:57am
I was just wondering if anyone could tell me the best way to incorporate montages, dream sequences, and flashbacks into a script. I'm trying to write some at the moment and I think I'm doing it completely wrong, and the advice I've seen online is really contradictory.
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This thing could have already been beaten, honestly. Starved to death months ago.