When you’re learning how to write scripts, sometimes it’s best to keep things simple. (And not months and months working on screenplay structure.)

Write a great page one with the entire focus to get them to page two, and you’ll have built up some serious momentum for your story.

And I can tell you, as a former script reader, I may have been contractually obligated to read an entire script, but I knew RIGHT from Page One whether I was in good hands for the next 105 pages or so.

So, in this installment of Screenwriting Hacks, I recorded a short video breaking down some tips on how to write scripts with a kick-ass awesome page one:

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Michael Rogan
Editor, ScriptBully Magazine
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Michael Rogan is a former screenplay reader and optioned screenwriter. He is also the founder and editor-in-chief of ScriptBully magazine, and has written a few non-sucky books including "How to Write a Book That Doesn't Suck (and Will Actually Sell)". He has made it his mission to help screenwriters kick ass - and rid the world of films based on action-figure lines.

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