Have you ever had an idea and thought to yourself "this would make a great movie?" Of course, storytelling is engrained in us all and movies have become our modern means to tell them. Recent innovations in film technology have made it easier than ever to get your ideas put onto the big screen. So what's stopping you from writing that award winning screenplay? Screenwriting for Anyone is a four book box set that is a comprehensive guide to writing your script starting from the ground up. Each book will detail different aspects of the writing process beginning with the first book. Book One outline how to develop your idea into a feature length screenplay. Book Two gives you a detailed schedule to complete the first draft within 30 days and Book Three is a comprehensive guide on the dos and don'ts when creating a modern masterpiece. Book Four dives into the business side of screenwriting with proven methods on how to pitch your script and negotiate a deal. Screenwriting for Anyone is a one of a kind four book box set that will help you finally get that idea on paper and up onto the silver screen.
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Saved my Script! VERY helpful!
I’ve been trying to write a horror screenplay for about 2 years with nothing but issues. I took a shot and got this audiobook and it really helped me! It broke down the process, reiterated things I knew and taught things I didn’t. It helped structure the process of writing the screenplay into a solid checklist.
Lucas’s instructional masterpiece
1. This instructional book is written beautifully as the chapters go on, you get closer to get to know how you can write a screenplay.
2. The voice of this audiobook, brings the book to life. As you continue through the book. Listen for subtle details that feel more realistic.
3. The final few chapters bring a conclusion to what the screenplay would finally be the end of what you want to get.
This book’s brilliance shine bright, I expected nothing less from the genius named George Lucas, as the book continues I got how George got his final draft on Star Wars, or Indiana Jones. So I would definitely recommend this book, even though short. It is all worth it.