Screenwriting

Screenwriting

by Alan Smith
     
 

If you have ever had an idea pop into your head that you thought would make a
blockbuster film or compelling television show, you may have found yourself wondering
where to get the process started. The process of getting a script, whether it is for
television or the big screen, on paper is known as screenwriting. While the process of
committing your… See more details below

Overview

If you have ever had an idea pop into your head that you thought would make a
blockbuster film or compelling television show, you may have found yourself wondering
where to get the process started. The process of getting a script, whether it is for
television or the big screen, on paper is known as screenwriting. While the process of
committing your idea to paper might seem simple enough, if you really want to succeed
in the world of television and feature films you need to known the precise formula and
rules that are used when writing a script.
Isn’t writing all about creativity, you might ask? Yes, that is certainly true and without
creativity there would likely be no scripts for award winning films and television
programs, but like anything else, there are rules and conventions that must be adhered
to, especially if your goal is to have your script read by professionals in the industry who
really have the power and connections to bring your script to life on screen.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014983594
Publisher:
Henry Lui
Publication date:
07/21/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
32
File size:
1 MB

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