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Take a look at the producer program:

Admissions Requirements


Answer these two question:
What two qualities do you possess that would serve you well as a producer?
What is one quality that you need help with to learn and grow to be a better producer?
Please help me edit a paragraph:
AVOID WORD REPETITION -One thing that can wreck the STYLE of any answer is the repeated use of the same word, or even a variation on that word, especially in the same sentence, when that repetition is not done intentionally or for effect. CREATE WORD PICTURES -That means using evocative word choices (use action verbs, use illustrative adjectives). Write in a way that paints a picture in the reader’s mind in such a way that would compel someone to engage in the story. See less WRITING WITH STYLE -The ability to write with style will be invaluable to your career, so use our class questionnaires as exercises to better your own abilities as a writer. Because like it or not, a large part of being able to do what you want to do will require you all to be good writers. PUNCTUATION AND SPACING ON THE PAGE FOR EMPHASIS – If you are working in Adobe Acrobat (which you should be), It’s quite EASY to do a paragraph break. You can go bold. You can italicize. You can even underline! REQUIRED WRITING TECHNIQUES ALLITERATION – Using multiple words with the same starting letter or sound in a pattern that is pleasing. RHYTHM and MUSICALITY – read your copy OUT LOUD to create this effect on the page. REPETITION OF WORDS – Used for an aesthetic effect or to make a point, not randomly or accidentally. USE OF FAMILIAR PHRASES or COMMON SAYINGS – and/or turning a known phrase around. ASK A PROVOCATIVE QUESTION… to which you either give the answer or purposefully withhold it. BE CREATIVE – replace commonplace adjectives and adverbs with more expressive choices. Instead of “very hot,” maybe “scorching”?

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