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Writers have to understand and develop the elements that make a great script before writing the script itself. Halperin demonstrates how treatments can be effective, taking writers through the entire process in a variety of genres including originals, adaptations, movies-of-the-week, miniseries, sitcoms and soap operas.
Audience: Both new and experienced screenwriters and university film students.
|Chapter 1.||A Writer's Map||1|
|Chapter 2.||Exploring Options||13|
|Chapter 3.||Story Development||23|
|Chapter 6.||Episodic Television||63|
|Chapter 7.||Daytime Serials--The Soaps||75|
|Chapter 9.||A Final Word||91|
|III.||Referenced Films and Their Writers||119|
|IV.||Referenced Television Programs and Their Writers and Creators||123|
|V.||Copyright and Registration||125|
|VI.||"What Every Writer Needs to Know"||127|
|VII.||Finding an Agent||143|
|VIII.||Finding a Producer||165|
|About the Author||171|