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By Pamela Jaye Smith
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Conflict is the very heart and soul of drama, and Smith's latest work explores character conflict and the various ways to portray it both in scripts and on the stage.
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By Jennifer Van Sijll
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What the industry's most succcessful writers and directors have in common is that they have mastered the cinematic conventions specific to the medium.
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By D. B. Gilles
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D.B. Gilles is one of the most in-demand script consultants and writing coaches in the country. He is on the faculty of The Undergraduate Film & Television Department at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he teaches screenwriting and comedy writing. He also taught in The Dramatic Writing Department at NYU, the Graduate Film Department at Columbia, and The Gallatin School of Individualized Study at NYU. His fiction includes the comic novel I Hate My Book Club and the mystery Colder Than Death. He is also a produced and published playwright. He is the author of The Screenwriter Within: 2nd Edition (9781615930579), New Strategies To Finish Your Screenplay & Get A Deal! (978615930579), You’re Funny! Turn Your Sense of Humor Into A Lucrative New Career (9781932907957), and The Portable Film School (9780312347383).
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By Paul Dudbridge
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A one-stop film school, this book is packed with information, tips, techniques, and advice covering all aspects of filmmaking as gathered from the author’s years of experience working in short films, features, commercials, and music videos, as well as delivering workshops and lectures to film students of all ages. Everything you need to know – from generating an idea to delivering a finished film – is laid out in an informal and easy to read style. Find everything from script formatting, choosing lenses, and location scouting, to where best to put the camera to film your scenes, working with actors, recording sound, and editing your shots.
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By Catherine Jones
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Offering an integrative approach to writing all forms of narrative, this book contains insights from the author's own professional journey. The book emphasizes an integration of both a solid craft and an experiential inner discovery, and it provides practical tips on making a successful book, play, or screenplay .--From publishers description.
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By Ross Brown
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Ross Brown has written for and produced some of the most successful TV series of all time, including The Cosby Show, Who’s the Boss?, and Step By Step. He has created primetime series for ABC, CBS, and the WB. Brown teaches at Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University, one of the nation’s top film schools, where he created the groundbreaking “Byte-Sized Television” courses.
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By Helen Jacey
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Helen Jacey is a professional screenwriter, author and story consultant. She received an MA in Screenwriting at the London Institute and her PhD from the University of the Arts London. Realizing that most screenwriting books don't address the female character, Helen embarked on her own quest to explore gender issues and screenwriting, leading her to write The Woman in the Story, now in its second edition and the industry best-selling resource for developing complex female characters. Before Helen became a screenwriter, she worked for international aid agencies, developing programs for vulnerable women and children. Helen widely lectures on screenwriting all over the world and is a story consultant for independent filmmakers. Her highly popular Writing the Heroine's Story Seminar has run in Sydney, Melbourne, London, Santa Fe, Vienna, Warsaw, Zurich, Oslo and she has given talks and workshops for the international industry. Helen is currently writing a crime fiction series, Elvira Slate Investigations. For more updates on Helen's work visit
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By Gil Bettman
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Gil Bettman is a director and a professor. He teaches at Chapman University in the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts. His book, First Time Director, made the Los Angeles Times bestseller list. He recently completed his fifth feature film, Go There Once, Be There Twice, a documentary recap of the life and times of rock star Sammy Hagar. Bettman has also directed numerous rock videos and multiple episodes of primetime television.
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By Ric Viers
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Ric Viers has worked in the film and television industry for more than fifteen years. His location sound credits include hundreds of productions for nearly every major television network, Universal Studios, Dateline, Good Morning America, Disney, and many others. Known as the “Rock and Roll Professor of Sound,” Viers has hosted several video series including Rode University, Rode Rage, and The Detroit Chop Shop Video Diaries. His sound design work has been used in major motion pictures, television shows, radio programs, and video games. In 2007, Viers launched his own label, Blastwave FX, to celebrate the release of his 100th sound effects library. Viers is the author of The Sound Effects Bible and is considered to be the world’s largest independent provider of sound effects, with more than 250,000 sounds and over 600 sound effects libraries to his credit. He has produced sound libraries for numerous publishers, including Adobe, Apple, Blastwave FX, Sony, Sound Ideas, and The Hollywood Edge. For more information visit
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By William M. Akers
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Don't worry about a producer, agent, or creative executive tossing your Scripts at page ten. use the your screenplay suck,cheecklist to eliminate the flaws in your scipt for a pedal-to-the-metal,covers-to-cover Read. in today's highly competitive story market, this is theonly book that find the flaws in your scipt-like a heat - seeking Missile- and shows you how to eliminate them. William M. Akers is a renaissance man of Flim who is at once a big studio writer,independent writer/Directors, and inightful teachers He also knows every trick in the book when it comes to fixing a script. and this is that book.A must for any writer facing tha dark night of the scipt. Don't take it personal: your screenplay does suck. Almostall screenplay suck until you beat them into shape.William M. Akers's book is an excellent guide through the pitfalls and easy mistakes that first-time sereenwriters face.his advaice is honest and simple he will make your screenplay suck less- as long as you're willing to do the work.
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By Judith Weston
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The most crucial relationship on a movie set is between the director responsible for the telling of a story and the actors entrusted with bringing that story's characters to life. Good communication between actor and director can mean the difference between a great film and a missed opportunity. Directing Actors is a method for establishing creative, collaborative relationships between actors and directors that takes the reader on a journey through the complexities of the creative process itself. Using simple, practical tools that both directors and actors can use immediately, Judith Weston shows you how to get the most out of rehearsals, troubleshoot poor performances, and give directions that are clear, succinct and easy to follow
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By Frances Guerin
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Cinema is a medium of light. And during Weimar Germany's advance to technological modernity, light - particularly the representational possibilities of electrical light - became the link between the cinema screen and the rapid changes that were transforming German life.In Frances Guerin's compelling history of German silent cinema of the 1920s, the innovative use of light is the pivot around which a new conception of a national cinema, and a national culture emerges. Guerin depicts a nocturnal Germany suffused with light - electric billboards, storefronts, police searchlights - and shows how this element of the mise-en-scene came to reflect both the opportunities and the anxieties surrounding modernity and democracy. Guerin's interpretations center on use of light in films such as Schatten (1923), Variete (1925), Metropolis (1926), and Der Golem (1920). In these films we see how light is the substance of image composition, the structuring device of the narrative, and the central thematic concern. This history relieves German films of the responsibility to explain the political and ideological instability of the period, an instability said to be the uncertain foundation of Nazism. In unlocking this dubious link, A Culture of Light redefines the field of German film scholarship.
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