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The easiest way to format a two-sided conversation like this is to simply establish one character in one location. Then establish the other character in the other location. Then add an INTERCUT PHONE CONVERSATION and continue the conversation as if they're in the same location.
The easiest way to format a two-sided conversation like this is to simply establish one character in one location. Then establish the other character in the other location. Then add an INTERCUT PHONE CONVERSATION and continue the conversation as if they're in the same location.
Telephone conversations can be tricky. One option (and the most common way) is to set up the first location with a brief scene, such as the caller dialing the phone, and then set up the second location, such as the recipient picking up the phone.
Often, a character in a script is required to speak on the telephone. The audience won't see who the character is speaking to, but will hear the character's voice over the telephone. This use of dialogue formatting is known as a VOICE OVER, which is abbreviated and placed in parentheses next to the character's name.
You write a one-sided phone conversation in a screenplay by writing (Character name) answers the phone. Then write the dialogue as if the person was talking to someone else. After the conversation is over, you can end the scene and leave your character on the phone, or you can write (Character name) hangs up.
V.O. (voice over) and O.S. (off-screen) are similar terms, but they have slightly different applications. Both are used to indicate that dialogue is spoken by someone not currently seen on the screen. the difference isn't where the speaker is not, but where the speaker is.
Screenwriting: How To Write Intercuts. In screenwriting, an intercut is a way to simplify the writing while maintaining the flow of the story. It works by removing screen descriptions and sluglines from two interacting scenes, instead showing the action cutting between the two scenes, the way it would be seen on screen
In the most basic sense, you just need to add a few words to your scene headers. First, if you open your screenplay with a flashback scene, you don't need to tell the reader that it's a flashback. After the flashback, if, say, the second scene begins much later, you just say the following after the new scene header
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