Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: So you want to be a writer What's it all about In the beginning was.' The General The Gold Rush Make your argument Sound. and all that jazz All Quiet on the Western Front Duck Soup The play's the thing Play it again, Sam The Big Sleep Bicycle Thieves Macbethand Reservoir Dogs The Bridge on the River Kwai Rules of Engagement The grammar of writing On the box A memoir Starting to write It's a Wonderful Life The Maltese Falcon Character Rashomon The Seventh Seal Recap Character again - nothing matters more The social background - environment Erin Brockovich The Third Man The necessity of change Psycho Lawrence of Arabia Another memoir Orchestrating your characters Character - the psychological factors Finding your characters More about conflict The logic of screenwriting Dialogue 'The British are coming!' (but when?) Raging Bull Gregory's Girl The turning point 'And now the end is near' Three Colours: Red Pulp Fiction Sub-text A modern screenplay Six questions about your screenplay Form, lay-out, presentation A final recap Marketing your script The producer The director The cast The agent Unions The Film Council Training Filmography. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
The author of Barbarella and other successful screenplays analyzes the basic structures of effective screenplays, from initial plot lines to realized scripts. All the essential building blocks are discussed in depth: the need for a strong premise; the roles of protagonist and antagonist; the orchestration of plot, characters and dialogue leading to a clear resolution. This book not only instructs first-time writers on how to go about their work but also serves as a valuable check-list for established authors, and for actors, directors and teachers, in their task of deconstructing and assessing the value of the material placed before them.
Über den Autor:
Tudor Gates has written over a hundred teleplays and episodes, sixteen feature films, including Barbarella (1967), and ten plays.
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