3 Ways to Break the Fourth Wall

by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) For good reason, writers in the early stages of their development are encouraged not to use voice over in their scripts. One of the key reasons even seasoned writers are weary of doing so is that it breaks the fourth wall between the audience and the performers. However, it’s undeniable that some of... Continue Reading →

Hearing Voices: 3 Types of Voice Over

by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) The use of voice over in screenwriting has been hotly contested for years. Every writer would likely admit it risks confusing the audience when a disembodied voice speaks without context clues as to who’s narrating the story in front of us. Some feel voice over is a lazy method that allows the... Continue Reading →

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