What are the best screenwriting quote images that screenwriters can use to hone their cinematic storytelling skills?
Sometimes all that it takes is a few wise words to put things into perspective. Such words of wisdom can come from a wide variety of places and people — and they can be applicable to many different types of context.
We’ve applied quotes from Stephen King to screenwriting.
Read ScreenCraft’s 17 Must-Read Screenwriting Lessons from Stephen King!
We’ve done the same from one of television’s iconic storytellers — Rod Serling.
Read ScreenCraft’s 31 Must-Read Screenwriting Lessons From The Twilight Zone Creator Rod Serling!
We’ve even applied quotes from Martial Arts legend Bruce Lee to the art, craft, and business of the screenwriting trade.
Read ScreenCraft’s 33 Screenwriting Lessons from the Philosophy of Bruce Lee!
Here are some of the best words of advice and wisdom from film, television, and literary talents that all screenwriters can apply to their own screenwriting journeys, shared through visually impactful screenwriting quote images.
Ken Miyamoto has worked in the film industry for nearly two decades, most notably as a studio liaison for Sony Studios and then as a script reader and story analyst for Sony Pictures.
He has many studio meetings under his belt as a produced screenwriter, meeting with the likes of Sony, Dreamworks, Universal, Disney, Warner Brothers, as well as many production and management companies. He has had a previous development deal with Lionsgate, as well as multiple writing assignments, including the produced miniseries Blackout, starring Anne Heche, Sean Patrick Flanery, Billy Zane, James Brolin, Haylie Duff, Brian Bloom, Eric La Salle, and Bruce Boxleitner. Follow Ken on Twitter @KenMovies