Lew Hunter's Screenwriting 434

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Penguin, 2004 - Performing Arts - 352 pages
For decades, Lew Hunter's Screenwriting 434 class at UCLA has been the premier screenwriting course, launching a generation of the industry's most frequently produced writers. Here, he shares the secrets of his course on the screenwriting process by actually writing an original script, step by step, that appears in the book.
 

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Contents

III
17
IV
18
V
24
VI
34
VII
43
VIII
46
IX
54
X
61
XXXIX
128
XL
129
XLI
134
XLII
138
XLIII
159
XLIV
161
XLV
172
XLVI
175

XI
63
XII
71
XIII
74
XIV
79
XV
81
XVI
83
XVII
84
XIX
85
XX
87
XXI
89
XXII
93
XXIII
95
XXIV
99
XXV
100
XXVI
104
XXVII
106
XXVIII
108
XXIX
111
XXX
112
XXXI
114
XXXII
115
XXXIV
116
XXXV
117
XXXVI
119
XXXVII
122
XXXVIII
124
XLVII
179
XLVIII
181
L
262
LI
265
LII
266
LIII
268
LIV
269
LV
270
LVI
311
LVII
313
LVIII
315
LIX
317
LX
319
LXI
321
LXII
327
LXIII
328
LXIV
329
LXV
330
LXVI
331
LXVII
333
LXVIII
339
LXIX
340
LXX
346
LXXI
352
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About the author (2004)

Lew Hunter has worked for Columbia, Lorimar, Paramount, Disney, NBC, ABC, and CBS as a writer, producer, and executive. Currently he is Chair Emeritus of the screenwriting department at UCLA, and recently established the Lew Hunter Superior Screenwriting colony in the town of Superior, Nebraska. He lectures regularly throughout the country and internationally.

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