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The Fearless Filmmaker's Screenwriting Workbook


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"The Fearless Filmmaker's Screenwriting Workbook has changed the way I write. I used to be all over the place with my thoughts and unable to distill my ideas into easy to digest pieces. With this Workbook, I've been able to write my latest feature in just 7 days." - Person McPerson

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The Screenwriting Workbook Will Help You To...

  • Brainstorm Ideas
  • Create a Dynamic Characters
  • Formulate a Complete 3-Act Story Arc
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    Outline a Full Script
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    Make an Attention Grabbing Logline & Synopsis

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From: Alex Darke & Trevor L. Nelson

Los Angeles, California

Dear Fellow Filmmakers,

Have you ever been in this situation?

You just came up with a genius little blip of an idea. Maybe you were listening to a news story or reading an interview... Whatever it was, it sparked a little flame in your mind... Your next script!

You frantically write down the idea somewhere or message it to your friend so you won't forget it.

Then, when you finally have time to sit down at a computer to flesh out the idea, you just stare at the big, bright, blank screen with the cursor pulsating and taunting you.

You slam your fists down and decide just to write down what you remember from your original idea. But it's missing something, you can't quite remember the amazing idea you had for the beginning of act 2.

You turn out your pockets and dump out your bag to try to find the little note you wrote, but it's gone... FOREVER.

You sift through your messages to try and resurrect the conversation you had with your friend about it. But after you find it you realize you left out most of the juicy details you had come up with.

Now, it's just you and the blinking cursor again.

You try to work through it on the screen, but inspiration just isn't hitting you like it was earlier, and now you don't know where to start so you give up before you've even really begun.

Sound familiar?

Now, with the Screenwriting Workbook, you'll never have to deal with "blank screen blindness" ever again.

The workbook helps you break down your idea into bite-sized chunks to help guide you through the story writing process.

Here's some of what you'll find inside...

  • Workbook pages that help you through the story creation process
  • Character building sections for creating dynamic characters
  • General notes throughout the process that will give you the opportunity to flesh out unfinished ideas.

As some Louis L'Amour once said:

"Start writing, no matter what. The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on."

Your process matters, and this workbook is your secret sauce for nailing down your process.

​​​The Screenwriting Workbook Has Already Helped Countless Writers Around The World...

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What's Inside?

We've decided to break down the workbook into projects so there is a linear flow to your writing process. In the past, we would have books open with various models for writing a screenplay - whether it was "Save the Cat!" or "The Writer's Journey", we realized they all share the same bones. So instead of having multiple books spread out of the table and flipping back and forth between different pages, we decided to create these worksheets that allow you to go anywhere and just write to your heart's content.



Brainstorming. This section is perfect if you are just sculpting your idea. Work through problems and nail down the heart of your script before you start putting pen to paper on the rest.



Characters. Justin Zackham said, "For me, screenwriting is all about setting characters in motion, and as a writer, just chasing them. They should tell you what they'll do in any scene you put them in." This section is for developing your characters and making them three dimensional. 



Story. Once you have ideas and characters, it's time to put them into a full story with a beginning, middle, and end. That's where this section comes into play by helping you pull out all the necessary points for a 3-Act Structure.



Outline. All that's left to do is outline your store in more detail. You can go as detailed as you want here. We like to outline individual scenes so that, when it comes time to write the full script, we basically have a perfect road map to the final destination.

The Best Time to Start Writing is Now!

We created this workbook for ourselves so we could systematize our writing process. Since doing that, we've been able to write scripts 10 times faster.

Remember, half the battle is getting the story on the page, then the refinement happens after. But if you don't get your story out on the page, all you have is an idea.




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You are fully protected by our 100% Satisfaction-Guarantee. If you don't think that the workbook has helped your screenwriting process within 30 days, just let us know and we'll send you a full refund.

Alex Darke & Trevor L. Nelson

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