How To Write Groundhog Day

How To Write Groundhog Day

by Danny Rubin

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BN ID: 2940014068031
Publisher: Triad Publishing
Publication date: 01/28/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 546,914
File size: 8 MB

About the Author

After many years writing for professional theater companies as well as scripting industrial films and children’s television, Danny Rubin began writing screenplays. His screen credits include Hear No Evil, S.F.W., and Groundhog Day, for which he received the 1993 British Academy Award for Best Screenplay and the Critics’ Circle Award for Screenwriter of the Year, as well as honors from the Writers Guild of America and the American Film Institute.

Rubin has taught screenwriting in Chicago at the University of Illinois, Columbia College, and the National High School Institute; at the Sundance Institute in Utah; the PAL Screenwriting Lab in England; the Chautauqua Institution in New York; and in New Mexico at the College of Santa Fe. He is currently the Briggs-Copeland Lecturer on Screenwriting at Harvard University.

Rubin holds a BA in biology from Brown University and an MA in radio, television, and film from Northwestern University.

He is married to librarian, web designer, and architect Louise Rubin with whom he shares two children, a dog, and two inflatable fish.

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How To Write Groundhog Day 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
New_Nook_Fan More than 1 year ago
This was a fun and relatively quick read -- I always enjoyed the movie but it was totally fun to watch the idea form and see how it was sculpted. I've never read a script before, but it wasn't hard and I liked the author's links to fun details. I'm going to break it out for a Groundhog Day screening party for this weeks actual Groundhog Day. It almost makes me want to write my own movies (but I never could).