Dec 20, 2022
Debbie Danielpour, an award-winning screenwriter writer, and I examine how screenwriters and speakers use objects to grab their audiences' attention at a particular moment and for a particular reason. This is an abridged — and enhanced — version of episode 219.
√ Objects can be used by screenwriters or speakers to focus an audience’s attention the way dialogue can’t.
√ Objects can be physical elements, a name, or something ethereal.
√ Objects can play at least four roles in a film or communication.