"Kitchen's seminar is not just theory, it's nuts and bolts...providing you with a set of dramaturgical wrenches to dismantle, then reassemble your screenplay idea and verify its dramatic integrity."--Michael McDonnell, producer of The Usual Suspects"Vom Verlag:
Let's cut to the chase: Writing a Great Movie is a practical nuts-and-bolts manual to dramatic writing for film. This hands-on course in screenwriting shows how to create, develop, and construct an original screenplay from scratch using seven essential tools for the screenwriter--(1) Dilemma, Crisis, Decision and Action, and Resolution; (2) Theme; (3) the 36 Dramatic Situations; (4) the Enneagram; (5) Research and Brainstorming; (6) the Central Proposition; and (7) Sequence, Proposition, and Plot--which break the writing process down into approachable steps and produce great results.Author Jeff Kitchen--a working screenwriter, renowned dramaturge, and teacher at the University of Southern California's graduate film school--shares the insider secrets he has developed over years of writing and teaching. Writing a Great Movie is the complete guide to creating compelling screenplays that will sell. - State-of-the-art screenwriting theory and technique from a master - Author named one of today's top screenwriting teachers in "Creative Screenwriting" magazine - Great for writers at every level, beginner to established
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