Your CUT TO: Is Showing: The Most Complete Spec Screenplay Formatting Guide Ever Written

Your CUT TO: Is Showing: The Most Complete Spec Screenplay Formatting Guide Ever Written

by T. J. Alex

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Overview

Your CUT TO: Is Showing: The Most Complete Spec Screenplay Formatting Guide Ever Written by T. J. Alex

Everything you'll ever need to know about spec screenplay formatting is found here. Learn about the Seven Screenplay Elements and what they do. Discover writing tips to help enliven your Dialogue and Direction. Recognize what to capitalize and when. Learn to format common screenplay techniques such as telephone conversation, foreign language dialogue, flashbacks, montages, talking animals, and much, much more! This truly is the last book on spec screenplay formatting you'll ever need to own!

"Your CUT TO: Is Showing! is a valuable and exhaustive new book, loaded with practical examples, that deserves to be on the shelf of aspiring (and professional) writer everywhere."

-Ben Cahan, co-creator of Final Draft and founder of Talentville.com

"This is without a doubt the BEST script format guide I've ever come across-and believe me, I've read 'em all. . . . Your CUT TO: Is Showing! is an absolute must-have and must-read. I'm serious, get this book."

-Jim Vines, screenwriter and author of Q & A: The Working Screenwriter

"[Your CUT TO: Is Showing!"is the most comprehensive, inclusive and up-to-date book on screenwriting I have ever read."

-Robert Joseph, screenwriter of Divine Love

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781478173861
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/03/2012
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 280
Sales rank: 997,849
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.59(d)

About the Author

T. J. Alex has been involved in screenwriting as a writer, teacher, editor, analyst, and consultant for many years. He is the former president and founder of the New York Script Club in New York City and founder of Scripttoolbox.com.

No matter how much he learns about screenwriting, he'll always consider himself a student of the craft.

He lives somewhere in Texas with his wife and three children.

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