- Visualize Your Script: Hey screenwriters, check out Amazon Storyteller, a new (and free) tool from Amazon Studios that turns scripts into storyboards. Learn more.
Finally, a book about screenwriting by people who actually write screenplays and get paid for doing so!
I've read more than one book on screenwriting, and if you want to write screenplays so should you, and I will happily recommend this one.
There is also a lot of useful information about how the studio system works and what to expect from the entire movie making process.
Funny and terrific perspective that will help writers not take themselves to seriously while offering very practical advicePublished 1 day ago by Richard J. Mergener
One of the funniest and most IMFORMATIVE books on writing and Hollywood in general, that I've read.Published 28 days ago by Renard Jackson
This is a must have book for anyone who wants to be a screenwriter. Tongue-in-cheek there is gold in these jokes.Published 2 months ago by chaosweb
This is a great book, and it knocked Blake Snyder's Save the Cat right off my bookshelf. It's funnier than hell, and the tip about writing outlines instead of screenplays was alone... Read morePublished 3 months ago by anthony moore
Because of this book, my writing partner and I are working on our fourth full featured movie script. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Aubrey Williams
While this is written by two comedy writers/geniuses, I'm astounded by the amount of information they give you about breaking into the movie business. Read morePublished 3 months ago by D. Comiskey
This has to be one of the greatest books on real-life screenwriting ever written. The two authors stripped away the romanticism of it and acknowledged it for what it is: a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Richard Singleton
I've been writing and studying screenwriting for a decade now, and generally like to read almost any book I can find about the subject, as usually every book has something unique... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael J Wood