SCREENWRITING

How to Format a Phone Call in your Screenplay

I bet you’re doing this wrong.

If you’ve got two characters talking on the phone in a scene of your script, then you’ll need to follow one of these methods of properly showing the conversation. If not, the story (and reader) can get confused…you don’t want that!

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