Zen and the art of screenwriting 2: more insights and interviews, Volume 2

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Silman-James Press, Oct 1, 2000 - Performing Arts - 330 pages
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This collection of new essays and interviews with some of Hollywood's top screenwriters, producers, and directors is a sequel to Froug's highly popular Zen and the Art of Screenwriting. Here, Froug once again weaves fascinating, informative interviews with essays that provide sage advice and fresh, thought-provoking insights for both novice and seasoned screenwriters.

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A refreshingly different approach to ‘how to’ books from Froug. Whereas other books of this kind have tended to focus on how to structure stories (the likes of Joseph Campbell and Robert McKee for ... Read full review

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Wiity analysis, told conversationally, of writing in Hollywood. Read full review


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Emmy-winning William Froug is professor emeritus and former chair of the School of Theater Arts, Film, and Television at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has written five popular books on screenwriting, including "The Screenwriter Looks at the Screenwriter,"" Screenwriting Tricks of the Trade," and" "  "Zen and the Art of Screenwriting."

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