Let’s cut to the chase: Writing a Great Movie is a practical nuts-and-bolts manual to dramatic writing for film. This hands-on course in screenwriting shows how to create, develop, and construct an original screenplay from scratch using seven essential tools for the screenwriter—(1) Dilemma, Crisis, Decision and Action, and Resolution; (2) Theme; (3) the 36 Dramatic Situations; (4) the Enneagram; (5) Research and Brainstorming; (6) the Central Proposition; and (7) Sequence, Proposition, and Plot—which break the writing process down into approachable steps and produce great results.
Author Jeff Kitchen—a working screenwriter, renowned dramaturge, and teacher at the University of Southern California’s graduate film school—shares the insider secrets he has developed over years of writing and teaching. Writing a Great Movie is the complete guide to creating compelling screenplays that will sell.
· State-of-the-art screenwriting theory and technique from a master
· Author named one of today's top screenwriting teachers in Creative Screenwriting magazine
· Great for writers at every level, beginner to established
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Jeff Kitchen worked as a dramaturge at New York’s Playwrights Preview Productions and the Negro Ensemble Company before starting to teach playwriting and screenwriting in 1991. He has worked with executives at Miramax, Sony Pictures, and Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group. He lives in Santa Monica, California.Review :
"Kitchen's seminar is not just theory, it's nuts and bolts...providing you with a set of dramaturgical wrenches to dismantle, then reassemble your screenplay idea and verify its dramatic integrity."--Michael McDonnell, producer of The Usual Suspects"
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Description du livre Lone Eagle, 2006. Paperback. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire P110823069788