On this episode, I talk about a handful of my favorite screenwriters and how their dialogue is unprecedented when it comes to the essential tools of putting together a great script. I also talk about what I consider when putting together a scene that is going to be dialogue-heavy, while keeping in mind to avoid the trap of a "talking heads" scene.
Update: At the initial time of the recording of this episode, the Oscar nominees had not been announced. Since then I can say that Quentin Tarantino's latest film "Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood" did receive a Best Original Screenplay nominee. The film received 10 nominations total and Tarantino himself has three nominations for this film, bringing his career total to five. (He has won two.)
The Oscars air on Feb. 9th, 2020.
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