Screenwriting

Screenwriting

Book - 2003
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McGraw Hill

Many readers dream of seeing their stories on the silver screen, but most do not know how to write a screenplay, let alone get their script into the right hands. For those readers wanting the "how-tos" of Hollywood, Teach Yourself Screenwriting is an easy-to-comprehend yet thorough introduction to this art. Here they will get the basics and advice on how to get their work onto celluloid.

This book covers the techniques and specialized skills used in writing for this visual medium and answers the practical questions often asked by budding screenwriters.



Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Contemporary Books, c2003
ISBN: 9780071419666
0071419667
Branch Call Number: 808.23 FR
Characteristics: x, 310 p. : ill. ; 20 cm
Alternative Title: Teach yourself screenwriting

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