This is the first true textbook for a course in screenwriting. Story Sense provides specific strategies for writing story, character, and script. A wealth of techniques are suggested so that screenwriters can select those that work best for them. The book has been conceived as a working manual for screenwriters and offers hands-on advice for solving the many problems that crop up as the work progresses. In addition, the book includes examples of script format, a glossary of film terms, the Writer's Guild's compensation terms, and such insider examples as a sample studio script evaluation form, a sample script analysis, a sample studio reader's questionnaire, and a sample re-write.This is the first true textbook for a course in screenwriting.
|Title||:||Story Sense: A Screenwriter's Guide for Film and Television|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages - 1996-01-01|