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- Editor: Focal Press; Edición: 1 (23 de marzo de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1138016462
- ISBN-13: 978-1138016460
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Writing for the Green Light: How to Make Your Script the One Hollywood Notices (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 23 mar 2015
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"Writing for the Green Light provides an insightful look into what distributors and production companies are looking for in a project and the unspoken rules on which Hollywood operates. If you’re trying to break into the entertainment industry and get your work noticed, this is the book for you."
-Noor Ahmed, Producer Rep, Reder & Feig LLP
"I could list all the brilliant snippets of information and advice but if I started I just wouldn't know which bits to include and which to leave out - so buy the book and read it for yourself! You won't be disappointed - even if you aren't a scriptwriter (and I'm not) it's well worth having it just to better understand how the process works and, if you are a scriptwriter, it'll certainly help you to better understand what the industry needs and hopefully help you to move along with a little more confidence in your chosen career."
- Wendy Laybourn, Network Nine
"What this book provides that no other screenwriting book does (nor my expensive NYU Film School education did) is a practical guide. There are good, useful tips for breaking in and starting a career as screenwriter."
- John Ott, makingthemovie.info
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Tailor your screenplay to sell. Find out what Hollywood script readers, producers, and studio executives want in a screenplay (and why) from someone who’s been there. Discover what it takes to begin a lasting career as a screenwriter.
Peppered with interviews from established professionals, Writing for the Green Light: How to Make Your Script the One Hollywood Notices gives you a sharp competitive edge by showcasing dozens of everyday events that go on at the studios but are rarely if ever discussed in most screenwriting books. With his behind-the-scenes perspective, Scott Kirkpatrick shows you why the system works the way it does and how you can use its unwritten rules to your advantage. He answers such questions as:
- Who actually reads your script?
- How do you pique the interest of studios and decision makers?
- What do agents, producers, and production companies need in a script?
- How much is a script worth?
- What are the best genres for new writers and why?
- What are real steps you can take to ‘break in’ to television writing?
- How do you best present or pitch a project without looking desparate?
- How do you negotiate a contract without an agent?
- How do you exude confidence and seal your first deal?
These and other insights are sure to give you and your screenplay a leg-up for success in this competitive landscape!Ver Descripción del producto
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I challenge Mr. Kirkpatrick to take a newbie screenwriter and "run" him/her through his theories/revelations. Otherwise, it's just the usual "sucker born any moment" and the price tag on the book is way too high.
Add his talk on FilmCourage on YouTube and you seriously have everything you need to know to become a marketable writer in the business.
A shout out to the Author: Thank you. The writing community owes you.