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3 Valuable Lessons from Our Script Challenge

By on April 4, 2019 in About the Beats, Podcasts, Tools with 8 Comments
3 Valuable Lessons from Our Script Challenge

Master Cat Naomi Beaty reveals 3 things script readers look for.

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Need a Screenplay Idea? Try This Game!

By on February 15, 2019 in Genre, Tips and Tactics, Tools with 13 Comments
Need a Screenplay Idea? Try This Game!

A way to come up with one idea after another

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When Do You Use the Beat Sheet?

When Do You Use the Beat Sheet?

Discover many ways you can integrate the beat sheet into your writing process.

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How Does the Catalyst Beat Vary According to Genre?

How Does the Catalyst Beat Vary According to Genre?

Each of Blake Snyder’s 10 genres have distinctive catalysts.

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The Finale Beat

By on October 12, 2018 in About the Beats, Podcasts, Tools with 3 Comments
The Finale Beat

What do you, the writer, need to know?

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The Last 3 Pillar Beats

The Last 3 Pillar Beats

The Catalyst, Break into Two, and Break into Three story beats

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The First 3 Pillar Beats

By on September 7, 2018 in Podcasts, Tools with 6 Comments
The First 3 Pillar Beats

Opening Image, Midpoint, and Final Image

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In What Order Should You Write Your Beats?

By on August 24, 2018 in About the Beats, Podcasts, Tools with 7 Comments
In What Order Should You Write Your Beats?

Master Cat Naomi Beaty shares strategies that can help you develop your beat sheet in a way that works for you.

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Introducing the Save the Cat!® Crash Course with Free Sample

By on August 19, 2018 in About the Beats, Tools with 0 Comments
Introducing the <i>Save the Cat!®</i> Crash Course with Free Sample

The keys to the Beat Sheet.

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When Is a Beat a Scene vs. a Section of Your Script?

When Is a Beat a <i>Scene</i> vs. a <i>Section</i> of Your Script?

You need to understand the proportions of your story beats to create a foundation that truly resonates with readers and audiences.

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