Visual Storytelling

Sight and Sound

Storytelling in film demands two of ours senses: sight and sound.

Sound is everything from dialogue to music and effects. (More on use of sound and music cues in your screenplay later.)

Sight is everything that the audience sees when they watch the film. As we’ve discussed, it’s why description and narrative matter in your script.

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