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Book of Sides
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Looking for fresh, original scenes for your fast-paced acting or directing class? Tired of the same old material everyone recognizes? Want the flexibility to play any character in any scene?
Crafting Short Screenplays That Connect
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Crafting Short Screenplays That Connect, Fourth Edition stands alone among screenwriting books by emphasizing that human connection, though often overlooked, is as essential to writing effective screenplays as conflict. This groundbreaking book will show you…
FilmCraft: Screenwriting
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Screenwriting looks at the foundation on which every great film is built-the script. Whether an original concept or an adaptation, the screenplay is the key to the success of a movie-good dialogue, story pacing, and…
Grammar of the Shot 3rd Edition
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Whether you're just learning how to frame a shot or simply looking for a refresher, the third edition of Grammar of the Shot gives you the tools you need to build a successful visual story…
Martin Scorsese in Ten Scenes takes an intriguing look at the life’s work of one of the world’s greatest filmmakers.Boiling down the Oscar-winner’s career to ten indelible scenes.
Save the Cat! Goes to the Movies
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In the long-awaited sequel to his surprise bestseller, Save the Cat!, author and screenwriter Blake Snyder returns to form in a fast-paced follow-up that proves why his is the most talked-about approach to screenwriting in years. In the perfect companion piece to his first book, Snyder delivers even more insider’s information gleaned from a 20-year track record as “one of Hollywood’s most successful spec screenwriters,” giving you the clues to write your movie.
Screenwriting Tip #99. Voice-over usually feels like scaffolding. You know-something you left in there when you were constructing the first draft, but really should have torn out after it served its purpose.  Screenwriting…
When one thinks of storytelling, the forces of good and evil certainly come to mind. Without that conflict the story lacks the forward motion so important to captivate our imaginations. When we have the opportunity…