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How Not to Write a Screenplay

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Publisher Comments:

All good screenplays are unique, but all bad screenplays are the same. Flinn's book will teach the reader how to avoid the pitfalls of bad screenwriting and arrive at one's own destination intact.

Book News Annotation:

No screenwriting hopeful should be without this solid information from a professional in the field—if only to spare some agony to readers such as Flinn who must wade through zillions of screenplays written by people who don't do their homework on the basics.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

Finally, what may be the last screenwriting book a writer will ever need to buy! Written by a Hollywood screenwriter, How Not To Write A Screenplay carefully identifies and examines the common mistakes screenwriters invariably make when writing a screenplay. Flinn has come to understand that while all good screenplays are unique, all bad screenplays are the same — bad.

Flinn's book guides readers how to avoid the pitfalls of bad screenwriting. Every example is gleaned from a legitimate screenplay. Flinn's no-nonsense advice analyzes the latest techniques for crafting first-rate screenplays that sell. Chapters include Form, Content, Overwriting, Lack of Clarity, Shooting Scripts vs. Reading Scripts, The Development Process. Includes script excerpts.

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Product Details

ISBN:
9781580650151
Subtitle:
101 Common Mistakes Most Screenwriters Make
Author:
Flinn, Denny M.
Author:
Flinn, Denny M.
Publisher:
Lone Eagle
Location:
Los Angeles :
Subject:
Composition & Creative Writing - Play/Scriptwriting
Subject:
Film - Screenwriting
Subject:
Motion picture authorship
Subject:
Motion picture plays
Subject:
Television authorship
Subject:
Television plays
Subject:
Television plays -- Technique.
Subject:
Film & Video - Screenwriting
Subject:
Reference/Writing
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Publication Date:
19990501
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
240
Dimensions:
9.14x6.02x.59 in. .86 lbs.

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Reference » Writing » Screenplays

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Product details 240 pages Lone Eagle Publishing Company - English 9781580650151 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Finally, what may be the last screenwriting book a writer will ever need to buy! Written by a Hollywood screenwriter, How Not To Write A Screenplay carefully identifies and examines the common mistakes screenwriters invariably make when writing a screenplay. Flinn has come to understand that while all good screenplays are unique, all bad screenplays are the same — bad.

Flinn's book guides readers how to avoid the pitfalls of bad screenwriting. Every example is gleaned from a legitimate screenplay. Flinn's no-nonsense advice analyzes the latest techniques for crafting first-rate screenplays that sell. Chapters include Form, Content, Overwriting, Lack of Clarity, Shooting Scripts vs. Reading Scripts, The Development Process. Includes script excerpts.

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