Archive for August, 2009

How to Write a Movie in 21 Days

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No book can find your ideas for you, but this one provides a great service in helping you discover and develop a story, and to come up with the completed script. King helps you learn to think cinematically, in the language of the movies, and to keep asking the essential questions as they work: What’s the story? Who is the story about? Do you care about the characters? Does anyone? King also tries to help you survive not just the structural pitfalls that can d (more…)

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The Writer's Guide to Writing Your Screenplay: How to Write Great Screenplays for Movies and Television [WRITERS GT WRITING]No description for this product could be found, but have a look over at Amazon for reviews and other information.

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How Not to Write a Screenplay: 101 Common Mistakes Most Screenwriters Make

Amazon.com ReviewHow Not to Write a Screenplay is an invaluable addition to any aspiring screenwriter’s shelf–and you’d best make the shelf within arm’s reach of the computer. Author Dean Martin Flinn, an experienced script reader, details the common rookie mistakes that drive script readers crazy. Flinn makes no pretense of being able to teach anyone how to write the next Great American Film–or for that matter the next Stupid Summer Blockbuster. Instead he offers information that w (more…)

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How to Write a Screenplay Using the Horowitz System

How to Write a Screenplay Using the Horowitz System – the Middle School Edition is an easy-to-use workbook that provides middle school students with a fast and fun approach to screenwriting. By combining cumulative intuitive exercises with traditional three-act movie structure – and examining such popular films as Akeelah and the Bee and The Wizard of Oz – the Horowitz System leads students to an organic mastery of the challenging process of writing a screenplay. The accompanying CD i (more…)

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Bestselling Author And Killer Writing Teacher Larry Brooks Delivers 101 Innovative Ideas To Jack Your Creative Productivity And Sell Quicker. No Filler Here. Just Proven, Out-of-the-box Ways To Write Better And Sell More. Visit www.storyfix.com.

101 Slightly Unpredictable Tips For Novelists And Screenwriters.

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