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Dream Big! Film Your Book!

film booksRemember any story can be redone easily in the movie or cartoon. You just need to make your book shorter and modify it into the movie script. Since years, people are film books and use book movie to become famous.

If you have a substantial budget, you can hire a professional screenwriter if not you can do it by yourself. Screenwriting and cover book design are very different, not just in structure, but in execution as well. A screenplay relies on dialog and action with a little narrative text in between. Simply follow rules how to write movie scripts.

1. You need Logline

You are lucky because your book is yours! Now only find a one-sentence summary of your story.

2. Sketch

Based on your book you need, to summarize, the story into the acts. Find the main elements:

  • Title of the Film
  • Logline
  • Synopsis

It may include dialog or description, but the most important is synopsizing the story.

3. Structure Your Screenplay

Wilder said that, the most important element a screenplay is, “STRUCTURE! STRUCTURE! STRUCTURE!”

4. Write a Draft

If you’re not sure how to format your screenplay, use screenwriting software too. Final Draft and Scrivener, are good to write books and screenwriting, too.

5. Edit You like your final draft, so now is a time to focus on polishing

When your script is complete, it’s time to send it to studios.

You can find online services that raise money for artistic projects, for example, to create an audiobook. Forbes and The Entrepreneur indicate:

  • Indiegogo. As Indiegogo says on its website, “Our platform is available to anyone, anywhere, to raise money for anything.”
  • RocketHub. Initially launched with the arts in mind, it expanded to include science, education, business and social good projects.
  • Peerbackers. Focuses on funding entrepreneurs and innovators.
  • Kickstarter. Focuses on creative endeavors including design, the arts (film, publishing, music), gaming and technology.

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