Writing short scripts

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Syracuse University Press, 1991 - Performing Arts - 237 pages
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A practical guide to writing effective short scripts for films or videos, focusing on dialog, settings, characters, structure, and themes

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This book is excellent and explains why there is a magical quality to the short film. I appreciated that with today's technology many of the films referenced in the book are now available online. Read full review

Contents

GETTING STARTED
1
Leons Case
19
And You Act Like One Too
64
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About the author (1991)

William H. Phillips has taught introductory film courses at the University of Illinois -- Urbana; Indiana University, South Bend; California State University -- Stanislaus; and the University of Wisconsin -- Eau Claire. His publications include Analyzing Films (1985) and Writing Short Scripts, Second Edition (1999).

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