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What Writers Should Learn From Mad Max: Fury Road

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Mad Max: Fury Road is often praised for its visual storytelling, an achievement that was made possible by the film’s unique storyboarding/writing process. But what if you tried to write a screenplay for a movie that is primarily told through visual language? I try to do that in this video, and in the process, figure out what should and should not go in a script, as well as why I think more filmmakers should attempt to emulate Fury Road’s creative process.

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“Electric Mantis – Daybreak | Majestic Color”

“I’m Going For A Coffee,” by Lee Rosevere, Music For Podcasts 3
http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rosevere/Music_For_Podcasts_3/02_Im_Going_for_a_Coffee

“How I Used To See The Stars,” by Lee Rosevere, Music For Podcasts 4
http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rosevere/Music_for_Podcasts_4/Lee_Rosevere_-_Music_for_Podcasts_4_-_05_How_I_Used_To_See_The_Stars

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