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We're No Angels

by David Mamet

With this screenplay David Mamet gives the traditional prison-break story his special blend of gripping suspense, slapdash buffoonery, and ingenious plotting.

Bob, a vicious killer, cheats the electric chair...


Hollywood Screenwriting Directory Fall/Winter Volume 5: A Specialized Resource for Discovering Where & How to Sell Your Screenplay

by Writer's Store Editors

The Hollywood Screenwriting Directory is a specialized resource for discovering where and how to sell your screenplay. It contains over 2,500 listings for Industry insiders such as studios, production companies,...


Genre Screenwriting: How to Write Popular Screenplays That Sell

by Stephen V. Duncan

It's simple: films need to have commercial value for the studios to produce them, distributors to sell them, and theater chains to screen them. While talent definitely plays a part in the writing process, it...


Into the Woods: A Five-Act Journey Into Story

by John Yorke

The idea of Into the Woods is not to supplant works by Aristotle, Lajos Egri, Robert McKee, David Mamet, or any other writers of guides for screenwriters and playwrights, but to pick up on their cues and take...


Film Genre for the Screenwriter

by Jule Selbo

Film Genre for the Screenwriter is a practical study of how classic film genre components can be used in the construction of a screenplay. Based on Jule Selbo's popular course, this accessible guide includes...


Genre: A Guide to Writing for Stage and Screen

by Andrew Tidmarsh

What makes tragedy tragic? What makes comedy comic? What does Much Ado About Nothing have in common with When Harry Met Sally? Seneca with Desperate Housewives? Goldoni with Frasier?

In Genre: A Guide to Writing...


Writng for Visual Media

by Anthony Friedmann

This updated edition of Writing for Visual Media will enable you to understand the nature of visual writing that lies behind the content of all visual media. This unique kind of writing must communicate to audiences...


Which Lie Did I Tell?: More Adventures in the Screen Trade

by William Goldman

From the Oscar-winning screenwriter of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and The Princess Bride (he also wrote the novel), and the bestselling author of Adventures in the Screen Trade comes a garrulous new...


Constructing Dialogue: Screenwriting from Citizen Kane to Midnight in Paris

by Mark Axelrod

Unlike most screenwriting guides that generally analyze several aspects of screenwriting, Constructing Dialogue is devoted to a more analytical treatment of certain individual scenes and how those scenes were...


Rewrite 2nd Edition: A Step-by-Step Guide to Strengthen Structure, Characters, and Drama in your Screenplay

by Paul Chitlik

Legendary screenwriting instructor and award-winning writer Paul Chitlik presents an easy-to-read, step-by-step process to take your script from first draft to submission.


Writing the Science Fiction Film

by Robert Grant

Writing the Science Fiction Film describes the kinds of stories that work best as science fiction, explores the parameters of the science fiction genre, and shows what science fiction can offer to writers that...


The Hidden Tools of Comedy: The Serious Business of Being Funny

by Steven Kaplan

While other books give you tips on how to "write funny," this book offers a paradigm shift in understanding the mechanics and art of comedy, and the proven, practical tools that help writers translate that understanding...


Shakespeare for Screenwriters: Timeless Writing Tips from the Master of Drama

by J. M. Evenson

Shakespeare for Screenwriters is the first book to use Shakespeare's works to examine the fundamentals of screenwriting. The book offers insight into what makes Shakespeare's creations so powerful by analyzing...


Dramatic Story Structure: A Primer for Screenwriters: A Primer for Screenwriters

by Edward J. Fink

A successful screenplay starts with an understanding of the fundamentals of dramatic story structure. In this practical introduction, Edward J. Fink condenses centuries of writing about dramatic theory into...


On Story-Screenwriters and Their Craft

by Austin Film Festival, Barbara Morgan & Maya Perez

Austin Film Festival (AFF) is the first organization of its kind to focus on the writer's creative contribution to film. Its annual Film Festival and Conference offers screenings, panels, workshops, and roundtable...


The TV Showrunner's Road Map: 21 Navigational Routes to Creating- and Sustaining- Your TV Series: 21 Navigational Tips for Screenwriters to Create and

by Neil Landau

If you've ever dreamed of being in charge of your own network, cable, or web series, then this is the book for you. The TV Showrunner's Roadmap provides you with the tools for creating, writing, and managing...


Scriptwriting for the Screen

by Charlie Moritz

'If I was setting out as a screenwriter, this is the book I would read first and keep by me'- Melanie Harris, Producer, Crosslab Productions

'An excellent resource for students and teachers alike'- In the Picture...


The Devil's Guide to Hollywood

by Joe Eszterhas

Mike Ovitz told him his Wilshire Blvd. "foot soldiers" would hunt him down. He's antagonized almost everyone at the top in Tinseltown. And now, Joe Eszterhas tells everything he knows -- in brief, quotable bursts...


Cut to the Chase: Writing Feature Films with the Pros at UCLA Extension Writers' Program

by Linda Venis

Accomplished writers from the renowned UCLA Extension Writers' Program provide an invaluable how-to book for aspiring feature film writers

Millions of people dream of writing a screenplay but don't know how...


Inside Out: A Memoir of the Blacklist

by Walter Bernstein

In an immensely alive and pointed memoir by a writer who was himself blacklisted during what Lillian Hellman so aptly called "scoundrel time, " Bernstein recounts his passage from idealist to scapegoat. Chronicling...