Launch your dreams – get your words on to the page, then off it and into actors’ mouths! This superb, comprehensive guide takes you through creating a screenplay, from devising your story and formatting it as a script to pitching your project to producers.
Contents include: an analysis of the specific elements of a screenplay; creating and sticking to a writing schedule and advice on drafting, editing and rewriting. The differences between writing for TV and film are examined with expert tips on how to get your work noticed by the right people. And there is also invaluable information on how digital filmmaking has taken the industry by storm – and what it means for the screenwriter.Über den Autor:
Skip Press is a veteran author, screenwriter, online writing instructor, and former editor of "Entertainment Monthly." He has written and sold television scripts, feature films, plays, and a variety of books, including the acclaimed "Writer's Guide to Hollywood Producers, Directors, and Screenwriting Agents" and "How to Write What You Want & Sell What You Write," now in its second edition.
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