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It gives you insights from some of the great, and not so great screenwriters.
Paul Herman and Peter Hanson did an excellent job choosing a variety of screenwriters to interview, so many different genres of screen writers are represented.
I'm looking forward to watching the documentary and he's looking forward to reading the book.
Excellent advice on what not to do in writing a script, which I think is more than half the battle of just getting someone to read you first submissions.Published 20 days ago by Rich Duisenberg
I ordered this book for daughter Karis who wants to be a director and screenwriter and simply loves this book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Susie
This is an excellent book for aspiring screenwriters or simply those of us who enjoy films. I will never look at a movie in the same way again after learning about the obstacles a... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Looking at the Sea
This really delivered the goods with chapters on breaking in/
rejection/the first "yes" among others. You wont be disappointed
in the authentic stories. Read more
Great book. Humorous and witty. I am a film student at USC and encourage all other film students to purchase this book!!! Read morePublished on August 31, 2010 by K. Woodward
I swallowed the book whole. It was so good I wanted more and watched the documentary. There is a lot more in the book and it's all good. Read morePublished on July 19, 2010 by Warren Redlich
A brilliant and well-organized compendium of perspectives and quotations from working writers. Highly recommended for the writing professional. Read morePublished on June 1, 2010 by Critical Mass
This is a fantastic book that gives you the inside word from the best, most influential and most legendary screenwriters in the business. Read more
I've read a dozen different screenwriting books, most of them being for learning the craft. This book is totally different, I found it browsing in a bookstore. Read morePublished on April 16, 2010 by BookReviewer