The screenwriter looks at the screenwriter
Screenwriters discuss their craft, the writer's role in the finished film, and collaborations with legendary directors and producers. Includes: Nunnally Johnson, I.A.L. Diamond, Buck Henry, Fay Kanin, Ring Lardner, Jr., Walter Brown Newman, Edward Anhalt, Stirling Silliphant, Lewis John Carlino, David Giler, William Bowers, Jonathan Axelrod.
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Siilman-James Press: Screenwriting
the screenwriter looks at the screenwriter, “The most intelligent and sympathetic book I know about for those intense private struggles between the ...
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The Weaving Mill Film Workshop - Screenwriting Bibliography
The Screenwriter Looks at the Screenwriter. Silman-James Press, 1991. (1st edition 1972.) Froug, William. The New Screenwriter Looks at the New Screenwriter ...
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