Discusses the business of screenwriting for the writer new to film and television. Placing the writer in the position of producer, the text covers the creation of a "property," and its presentation and marketing.
Provides a systematic approach to getting your script produced. Through previsualization, preplanning, and market evaluation, you will learn how to define a subject, fit it into the marketplace, and when and to whom to present a proposal.
A practical roadmap and reference tool, Script Planning provides financial strategies, sources of support, a development process overview, film and television genre categories, major market classes, and Writer's Guild parameters. In addition, this book details the roles of technology, agents distributors, syndicators and exhibitors.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.56(d)|
Table of Contents
Idea and subject; Visualizing the idea; Literary property; Producing; Distribution and exhibition; Network television; Cable television; Public broadcasting; Home video and sponsored film; TV genre: children, games, soap and news; Language of
film and video.