Before agents, producers and studio executives agree to read your screenplay, they will ask to see a synopsis.
A synopsis is a short description of your screenplay. The typical synopsis includes a plot summary of the screenplay on one side of a sheet of paper and usually contains less than 400 words. It features your key characters and what they experience during your story. A decent summary will center a considerable measure of focus to conflict and resolution.
A great synopsis is a good tool to develop an idea for a screenplay and inevitable movie. A synopsis does not try to tell the entire story. It concentrates on a couple of characters and the most important parts of the story. A good synopsis makes the individual who reads it wants to see the film.
Components of writing a good synopsis
- Limit your abstract to one page or less.
- Include a sentence or two about your starting scenes.
- Describe where the story happens and at least a key character.
- Other characters can be presented, yet don't make the summary excessively detailed.
- Include the most critical conflicts or events in the story.
- Use the present tense except for events that precede the story.
- Link synopsis sections to each other consistently
- Write your synopsis sections so anybody can understand your story easily.
- Try to convince your reader that your story is great and would make an extraordinary film.
- Include a sentence or two about your ending scenes.
- Let your voice or style come through in your synopsis.
- Always edit your synopsis for revise style, sentence structure, gramma and use.
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