Post by D.C. Jones on Jul 23, 2011 16:57:55 GMT -6
I totally agree with the two former repliers. I have Final Draft 8 and that really makes writing scripts totally easier for me. I tried it with Microsoft but I just couldn't work with that. I've never tried Celtx software but, since it seems like so many people are having problems with it, I think I'll just stay where I am
Post by D.C. Jones on Jul 23, 2011 16:42:40 GMT -6
I actually have the same problem. I've been writing for years, but mostly in novel format so when I drafted over to giving screenplay writing a try... well basically I suck. I'm still new so I'm still struggling but mostly I read other screenplays and VS to help me improve and I really have in a short amount of time though I still have a long way to go.
My advice? Use others as something of a default to help to figure out what style works for you
Post by D.C. Jones on Jul 23, 2011 16:16:58 GMT -6
Well the character death that really got to me in a television series would definitely have to be Prue's death in Charmed. Though we don't see her die, the song they play at her funeral gets me all teary-eyed every time.
Oh, and a close second, though I'm sure not many people know this show, is Trish Wellington's death in the Thriller series Harper's Island. To find out your fiancé assisted in murdering your close family and friends, and then kills you as well all for another girl... yeah.. total tearjerker right there