Just got back your first set of notes on your screenplay and are wondering what it all means? In this article, we cover how to take a note and what it can mean for your rewrite process.
WHO IS THE NOTE COMING FROM?
Let’s preface this read with the fact that not all notes are created equal. How you respond to a note may differ based on who’s giving the note. For example, how you respond to a note from a family member or friend may be different from how you respond to a note from an executive.
Here at The Professional Pen, our Story Experts go through a strenuous training program to ensure that their notes are not only easy to understand but effective when it comes to strengthening your screenplay.
When receiving any feedback on your screenplay, consider who the note is coming from and what they are really trying to say. Below are three simple tips for taking notes so that you can be most prepared for your rewrite.
3 TIPS ON HOW TO TAKE A NOTE
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