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Bethan Dee

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Bethan Dee

I'm a recent film graduate eager to start writing and uploading as many scripts as I can, increasing my chances of finding someone who thinks "hey that script's not terrible" and hopefully magical things will happen from there. On a more serious note, I've wanted to become a scriptwriter ever since I watched the first season of the BBC adaptation Sherlock. I just remember being mesmerized by the quirky, believable dialogue and just remember thinking wow, I didn't know a script could be so detailed and well thought out. So I decided to learn how to write scripts which unsurprisingly lead me to studying a film degree and learning how to perfect the art. I'm still learning of course, and I'm always looking for good constructive feedback on my work. At least I can say I know the basic do's and don'ts of script writing. Robert McKee was a huge influence on the way I construct a story and engage with the audience in written form, and I take most of my inspiration from Quentin Tarantino, who still to this day manages to perfectly capture the essence of good dialogue. I like to think that what makes me stand out from the crowd are my unique characters which I make sure are interesting, likable, and has at least one character flaw to make them relatable. And I've sort of run out of things to say, but yeah that's pretty much it as far as my bio goes. I can't wait to start showing people my scripts!!


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Scripts By Bethan

James and Delilah
This is the story of a long distance couple, whose relationship will be tested by a stolen coffee, and a mild case of OCD.
Short Comedy, Romance For sale 15pp
1 reader loves this script
A student wakes up in the middle of a field, with no clue as to how he got there, as well as a pounding headache, and a phone barely clinging to life.
Short Mystery For sale 12pp