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    Quick screenwriting setting question

    Discussion in 'Word Mechanics' started by Legacy1306, Jun 22, 2010.

    Okay. If a character is driving in a car, is the scene
    INT. CHARACTER'S CAR DAY
    or, would it be more exterior-specific, like this:
    EXT. NEW YORK CITY, CHARACTER'S CAR DAY

    I'm pretty sure it would be the first one, but I'd like to be sure. Thank you in advance!
     
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    proper format:

    INT. JOE'S CAR - DAY

    then, below the slug line, you describe where the car is and what the occupants are doing... followed by their dialog...

    ...hope that helps...

    love and hugs, maia
     
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    Thanks, that's perfect! :D that's how I had written it, but I wasn't sure if it had been correct. Thank you!
     

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