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San Francisco Screenwriting Group Message Board › Top 10 tips for writing an unsellable screenplay

Top 10 tips for writing an unsellable screenplay

Howard G.
San Francisco, CA
Post #: 34
So you wanna write a bad screenplay.

Certainly, plenty of bad Hollywood movies are produced from bad scripts.  But they are produced, which, by definition, makes them less bad than bad scripts which are not produced.

So to be really bad, your script must be unproduceable.  Also, unsellable.  Plus – ideally – unreadable.

If you really want to spend months or years of sweat and tears working on your grand cinematic opus, only to have it rejected by every film studio in every town, you must follow these 10 simple rules:


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