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Old 12-29-2017, 06:58 PM   #1
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The Importance of Want vs. Need in Screenwriting

An often overlooked aspect of screenwriting is knowing the difference between your character's want and need. So I put together this quick video outlining the main differences using The Lord of the Rings, The Matrix, and Toy Story.

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Pretty cool.
The "concems" doesn't take anything away from it
How long have you been making films in general?
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Once a movie makes me feel emotional, whether sad, angry or happy in the end, I think it did its job.
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Pretty cool.
The "concems" doesn't take anything away from it
How long have you been making films in general?
I just started in November. Hope to be making more and build the channel with videos about screenwriting.
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Once a movie makes me feel emotional, whether sad, angry or happy in the end, I think it did its job.
Yeah, so many movies nowadays don't make me feel anything. Emotional movies are so important.
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