The greatest thing for a writer is to see his work from a page shown into the big screen. Screenwriting is an ongoing process of writing and rewriting. It never burst out of the writer s head fully formed, but need to be carefully crafted to achieve the best result. It serves as a blueprint of the film. Narrated by Frederick Bailey (Mentor, International Academy for Film and Television), The Filmmaker Series: Screenwriting leads us to the twists and turns on how to create the character and dialogue with a plot structure. With references to the principles of legendary director/screenwriters such as Kurt Vonnegut, David Mamet, William Goldman, and Robert McKee, this guide explains the art and economy of storytelling for movies.