Lew Hunter's Screenwriting 434: The Industry's Premier Teacher Reveals the Secrets of the Successful Screenplay

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Penguin, May 4, 2004 - Performing Arts - 352 pages
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For decades, Lew Hunter's Screenwriting 434 class at UCLA has been the premier screenwriting course, launching a generation of the industry's most frequently produced writers. Here, he shares the secrets of his course on the screenwriting process by actually writing an original script, step by step, that appears in the book.

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Chapter 4 THE OUTLINE FOR YOU AND THEM Chapter 5 THE ACT ONE SCRIPT The Situationto page 17 Chapter 6 THE ACT TWO SCRIPT T...

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Lew Hunter has master’s degrees from the University of California Los Angeles and Northwestern University and a doctor of letters from Nebraska Wesleyan University. He has worked for Columbia, Lorimar, Paramount, Disney, NBC, ABC, and CBS as a writer, producer, and executive. Currently he is chair emeritus of the screenwriting department at UCLA, and is the founder of the Lew Hunter Superior Screenwriting Colony in Superior, Nebraska.

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