Thursday, March 1, 2012

Adding Minor characters

A simple tool to impart important information is to create a minor character to deliver it when it can’t be conveyed visually, for example. What fun is that for the audience and, moreover, for the actor portraying the role? If an actor enjoys his part, he will surely be more memorable on screen. That’s what you want." From Creating An Unforgettable Screenplay, Part 1: Making Minor Characters Count " by  Christine Autrand Mitchell  
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