The Three Stages of Screenwriting

The Three Stages of Screenwriting

by Douglas J. Eboch
The Three Stages of Screenwriting

The Three Stages of Screenwriting

by Douglas J. Eboch


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Screenwriter and script doctor Douglas J. Eboch (Sweet Home Alabama) presents a comprehensive guide to all aspects of the craft of screenwriting. This book covers the three distinct phases of creating a great screenplay - outlining, writing the first draft, and rewriting. Doug delves into such topics as how to select a viable idea, how to structure a compelling plot, how to develop multi-dimensional characters, how to craft powerful scenes, how to build momentum in a story, and techniques for honing and shaping a professional caliber screenplay.
"In the crowded field of scriptwriting how-to books, Doug Eboch's Three Stages of Screenwriting is a standout and a must-read. Why? Three solid reasons: He really, truly knows what he's talking about. It will help everyone, from novice to pro, become a better writer. And, most impressive of all, it is entertaining as hell - as engaging and fun to read as one of Doug's scripts." -Ross LaManna (Rush Hour)
"Writers at every stage of development will be delighted Doug wrote this book. I, however, am pissed off. Doug has covered so much so well that it's going to be harder to write one of my own."
-Paul Guay (Liar Liar, Heartbreakers, Little Rascals)

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781522838920
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/13/2016
Pages: 332
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

Douglas J. Eboch is a professional screenwriter and script doctor who wrote the original screenplay for the movie "Sweet Home Alabama." He has written plays ("Sleepover at the Stable"), video games ("Nightmare Cove"), novels ("Aftermath: Kodiak & Dawn") and a television pilot ("The MOFF Shoppe"). He was awarded the Carl Sautter Screenwriting Award for Best New Voice in feature films. A graduate of USC film school, he now teaches screenwriting and pitching to a new generation of writers at ArtCenter College of Design and workshops all over the world.
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