Before you begin, you have to format the page. You should notice the following features in the layout of the script: Title Scene - say where and when the scene is set Characters - say which characters are in the scene at the start.
This alley has to lead somewhere. Here are some examples: INT.
Getting up from the steps, Karen walks over to one of the windows and stares out of it. You may be given an exercise book to write your comments in when you read with them. Type the scene heading left aligned.
Have someone else check it for you. Type the title in bold type.
In the lower right-hand corner, put your name, address, phone number and email address. For example: Elizabeth, aged 55, mother of Jean Bill, a plumber Any characters who come into a scene after the start of it should be introduced by 'Enter'.
This is called "voiceover" and is abbreviated "V.