Liminal's scriptwriting services include the development and editing of:
- Graphic novels
- Video games
- Music videos
- Educational series
Each genre asks for deft storytelling techniques, engaging plot, evocative settings, well-rounded characterization, sub-textual layering, zippy yet telling dialogue, and vivid imagery.
To discuss what you have in mind, contact Mari at email@example.com.
Feedback from clients and other creative professionals:
"Since my first contact with Mariana Sabino I was impressed by her depth in writing and accuracy in suggesting storytelling solutions. We have collaborated a couple of times in a feature film and within the development of a TV series. In both opportunities, she made very relevant comments that helped me to come up with better stories." – Leo Falcão, filmmaker and creative director of Scriptoscope.
"I’ve known Mariana way back when we attended the Czech National Film School together in Prague. At that time, I became acquainted with her style and creativity, and her flair with constructing intimate characters, dialogue, and stories. Recently, I sought her feedback and notes on the feature screenplay version of my Oscar-shortlisted short film The Road Home. I found her notes useful, detailed, insightful, and constructive" – Rahul Gondotra, filmmaker.
"Mariana Sabino is insightful and ahead of the curve. Any creative project would benefit from her input." – Angela Meyer, literary critic and author of Captives.
“Excellent writer and such a pleasure to work with!” – Summer Felix, author of Lost and Profound, and The Right One. (On the crafting of a graphic novel script for one of her stories.)
“She's an amazing writer. Great job!” –Dr. Dennis Yeh, director of STL Ocarina. (On a commercial script.)
“Mari is the most professional and enthusiastic writer I've ever worked with. She fully invested herself into the project and delivered great work never settling for 'good enough.' It was a great pleasure to work with her.” – Kasan Wright, game and story developer. (On the scripts for the The Musician manga, and Profit Motive game.)