Evaluating the Visual Potential of a Story for Adaptation to Film & Television

There are certain elements that improve a story's viability for adaptation to film or television. If you envision your story on the big screen it's important to understand how to effectively communicate to the audience, as screenwriter, author, and MFA educator Michael Tabb explains. A stage play, for example, communicates through dialogue. A movie, on the other hand, is very visual. Tabb recommends writing for your primary medium first, then think about the visual elements if your long term goal...
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