Screen writing life
Whether writing for dramas, sitcoms, major studios, or the lowest of low budget productions--The Screenwriting Life covers it all. This no-nonsense, inside look at the industry includes: a foreword by Lew Hunter, Hollywood's premiere screenwriting instructor
- advice from leading agents
- in-depth interviews with today's hottest new writers like David Koepp (Jurassic Park, Mission: Impossible) and such veteran writers as Joe Gynn (Kolchak, The Night Stalker).
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strictly SpBClKlfl^ & "show runner" is an executive producer of a TV series.
However, the title carries more weight than that. A show runner wields a
significant amount of Hollywood clout. These are the men and women who can
make deals ...
So, I'm looking for someone who can write dialogue because I can always show
him or her how to do ... "I think one of the things that is important to be a good
show runner is to not be autocratic, not be a dictator. I believe that a good show ...
If you do that as a show runner, you end up getting the best out of everybody.
Don't become that person who takes the writer through a three-ring rewrite and
then shakes his head and says, 'Don't you see what's wrong? God, nobody can