The Importance of Relatable Dialogue for Adaptation to Film - video

The key to writing dialogue in any format is to make it believable and consistent. Dialogue is critical to both character and plot development, so it must be relatable. Writer and producer, Annelise Dekker, advises that at the core of every story is a human story, and writers need to capitalize on this, especially if their goal is to have their book adapted to a film. The audience wants to connect, whether relating to emotions or experiences - it's up to the writer to create that connection.
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