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Your Screenplay Sucks

Author : William M. Akers
ISBN : 1615932054
Genre : Performing Arts
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A lifetime member of the Writer's Guild of America who has had three feature films produced from his screenplays, Akers offers beginning writers the tools they need to get their screenplay noticed.
Category: Performing Arts

Writing Television Sitcoms Revised

Author : Evan S. Smith
ISBN : 9781101151624
Genre : Reference
File Size : 84.77 MB
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This new edition of Writing Television Sitcoms features the essential information every would-be teleplay writer needs to know to break into the business, including: - Updated examples from contemporary shows such as 30 Rock, The Office and South Park - Shifts in how modern stories are structured - How to recognize changes in taste and censorship - The reality of reality television - How the Internet has created series development opportunities - A refined strategy for approaching agents and managers - How pitches and e-queries work - or don't - The importance of screenwriting competitions
Category: Reference

Screenwriting Tips You Hack

Author : Xander Bennett
ISBN : 9781136038662
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 27.85 MB
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Screenwriting Tip #99 Voice-over usually feels like scaffolding. You know-something you left in there when you were constructing the first draft, but really should have torn out after it served its purpose. Screenwriting Tip #120 Always remember that funny trumps everything. Your script could be written in crayon with your name spelled wrong on the cover, but if it's genuinely funny, none of that matters. Screenwriting Tip #156 The easiest way to write kick-ass protagonists is to make them incredibly good at what they do. Confused at the outline stage? Stuck in the swamp of Act Two? Don't know who your protagonist is or where she's going? You might feel like a hack. But don't worry-you're not alone. Even the most experienced writers feel like this at times. Sometimes we just need a few short pointers and reminders to set us on the path again. Xander Bennett worked as a script reader in the trenches of Hollywood, reading and covering hundreds of mediocre screenplays. After months of reading about heroic Sea World trainers, transgendered circus detectives and crime-fighting chupacabras, he couldn't take it any more. Xander started a blog called 'Screenwriting Tips, You Hack', a place designed to provide short, witty tips on screenwriting for amateur writers all the way up to journeymen scribes. This book is the evolution of that blog. Dozens of the best scripts (along with many brand-new ones) have been expanded into bite-sized chapters full of funny, insightful, highly usable advice. Let Xander's pain be your gain as you learn about the differences between film and television structure, how to force yourself to write when you really don't want to, and why you probably shouldn't base your first spec script around an alien invasion.
Category: Performing Arts

Screenwriter S Compass

Author : Guy Gallo
ISBN : 9781136038730
Genre : Performing Arts
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Ever watch a movie, and despite great production value, fantastic action sequences, a great cast, etc, you come away thinking-I just didn't buy it. Chances are it was because you didn't care about the characters. Screenwriter's Compass presents a new way of approaching screenwriting, examining how effective screen storytelling must be grounded in the vivid imagining and presentation of character. Screenwriter's Compass will not offer formulas to follow but instead will give you the tools needed to chart your own path to screenwriting success. It details useful ways of thinking about writing, as well as practical ideas and concepts to help you discover the unique geography of your own imagination and navigate the problems posed by the struggle to express vision, agenda, and story. You'll learn how to root your writing in motivation and voice, to create screenplays that seduce and make your reader lean forward, and, most importantly, identify with your characters.
Category: Performing Arts

The Popular Writer S Code

Author : Michael J. Wood
ISBN : 9781312607682
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 55.72 MB
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If you want to write a best-selling novel, a popular movie, or an addictive TV show, it makes the most sense to learn the tricks of the writers who have written them. The Popular Writer's Code analyzes novels, TV series, and movies that were commercial phenomenons. The book breaks down the techniques of these blockbusters and bestsellers, teaching you clear, practical methods to help you write your own blockbuster or bestseller - as well as showcasing real-world lessons from Hollywood the author, writer and industry professional Michael J. Wood, learned the hard way.
Category: Performing Arts

The Screenwriter S Bible

Author : David Trottier
ISBN : 1879505843
Genre : Motion picture authorship
File Size : 80.6 MB
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Trottier, a script consultant, writer, producer and instructor, describes this resource as six self-contained books in one. They cover screenwriting essentials, an overview of the writing process, formatting standards, speculative scripts, marketing, and a compilation of resources. The resources include addresses and contacts for industry organizations, guilds, schools, publications, support groups and contests.
Category: Motion picture authorship

Mrs Ravenbach S Way

Author : William M. Akers
ISBN : 9781941393925
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A wickedly funny first novel about a dictatorial teacher and the irrepressible boy who stands up to her. Being a new student at the McKegway School for Clever and Gifted Children is crummy enough, but when Toby Wilcox is stuck in the fourth grade homeroom of Mrs. Ravenbach, a vainglorious German tyrant who worships "the order and the discipline," he faces a much bigger challenge—fight back or be ground to goo in the gears of Teutonic efficiency. Toby upends Mrs. Ravenbach's perfectly ordered universe and risks everything to strike a blow for free-thinkers everywhere! Mrs. Ravenbach’s Way is the first book in the series: The Amazing Escapades of Toby Wilcox.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Stone

Author : James Riordan
ISBN : 0786882018
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 73.5 MB
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The first biography of the highly acclaimed, often controversial director, based on material from his family, filmmaking colleagues, and Stone himself, reveals the sensational story of the filmmaker and his professional achievements. Reprint.
Category: Performing Arts

Film Production Management 101

Author : Deborah S. Patz
ISBN : WISC:89094011368
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 67.52 MB
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This new edition has undergone a comprehensive update to address the shifting balance between digital and film technologies. The book includes everything a filmmaker needs to know, from budgeting to managing the production office, and comes with downloadable forms.
Category: Performing Arts

Bride Of Satan

Author : William Schoell
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