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Alex and Nick discuss the process of giving notes and feedback on scripts, including story, structure, characters, world, prose, dialogue, and format.
From what we look for in the writing on a granular level to the psychology behind articulating great notes, learn actionable advice on how to properly dissect a television pilot, a spec episode, or any other script.
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1 – How we approach giving notes on scripts (01:37)
2 – What we look for in scripts and give notes on (21:35)
3 – Dos and don’ts of giving script notes (47:53)
Feedback and Notes: Building Your Reading Onion (PT08)
How to Take Feedback (PT142)
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