MARY Is that all you have to say to me?So, we’ve established the scene is an interior location, specifically a pub set during day time. We’ve also established that there are two characters what they’re doing and what they say to each other. The other thing to keep in mind is pacing and structure. It might help from time-to-time to read parts of your script out loud, to see if any scenes are dragging on too long or could be extended in any way. As long as you have a beginning, a middle and an end, the rest usually falls into place. Clichéd words, I know but it’s true. The only other recommendation I would offer for first time writers/directors is to start fairly small. 10-15 minute conversational shorts tend to convey more than a 50 minute shouting match with everyone pointing guns at one another. This also allows your lighting, camera, audio and editing people to try different things in a simple, controlled setting, while still telling a coherent story.