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Beating Writers Block Handout Jun 20 15
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Random question but since you’re a master at details. When you use SUPER: in your screenplay for something that is superimposed… Is that supposed to be used as a scene heading in Final draft format… or a Action description?
Whoops. Rich, sorry for the slow reply.
Does it rate a scene number?
If so, then it’s a Scene Heading.
SUPERIMPOSE: SALLY’S LETTER
INT. FOOTBALL COACH’S OFFICE DAY
He’s not happy.
SUPERIMPOSE: LAST WEEK’S AWFUL SCORE.
That’s probably how it would be. INSIDE the scene, not used as a slug line. Then, call it Action, as you do NOT want it to grab a scene number because it thinks it’s a slug line. Which Final Draft calls Scene Heading.
Heaven knows why.
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