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www.ScreenplayClass.com We’re all concerned with What is real? Are we awake or dreaming? Do our lives have no meaning? And I think that The Matrix is another one of these watershed movies that sort of changes our consciousness and makes us reconsider who we are in a way that is the best way, and that’s by telling a story and not by giving a message or preaching.Marilyn Horowitz, the author of “How to Write a Screenplay in 10 Weeks” and creator of The Horowitz Systemâ„¢, is an award-winning university teacher, a producer, a screenwriter, a script consultant and a successful writing coach. Her students include published novelists, screenwriters and award-winning filmmakers. Her website is: www.ScreenplayClass.com

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Jay Wolpert, a screenwriter (Count of Monte Cristo, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl) and former game show producer (The Price is Right), describes how he creates tension in his action scripts and explains why writing game shows might be more difficult than writing screenplays.

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Dramatica uses a whole new terminology to describe story structure so the concepts are far more accurate, precise and powerful.

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We asked Ken what was the best advice he ever received as a screenwriter and he shared a story from his book, The Perfect Pitch.

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