Successful Scriptwriting

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Writer's Digest Books, 1988 - Reference - 361 pages
Covers plot, characterization, and dialog, tells how to write for specific formats, and shares the advice of successful scriptwriters.

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Contents

CHAPTER
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does your story have a hook? Is it topical fresh and meaningful? Does
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How to Structure Your Plot
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Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Jurgen Wolff is the author of Your Writing Coach (Nicholas Brealey Publishing), Do Something Different (Virgin Books), and Successful Scriptwriting (Writers Digest Press, with Kerry Cox). He's also written many articles, including a personal development column for the Times Educational Supplement.
He teaches workshops on personal development, time management, creativity, and writing around the world. Jurgen has lectured at the University of Southern California, for the Skyros Institute, the Academy for Chief Executives, and for Fremantle Media, the London School of Journalism, the European Media programme, and at private workshops in the United States, England, Spain, Germany, Denmark, France, South Africa, Belgium, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Jurgen is a Neuro Linguistic Programming practitioner and a certified hypnotherapist and Time Line therapist. He is the author of our upcoming title, Creativity Now as well as, Series Editor for the For Entrepreneurs series and author of Marketing for Entrepreneurs.

Kerry Cox's writing credits include eleven episodes of "Welcome to Pooh Corner" for the Disney Channel; three motion pictures; dozens of television scripts, including episodes for "The Love Boat," a pilot, and a half-hour mystery show; a New York-produced play; and an anti-drug video for Disney Educational Media.As editor/publisher of the monthly newsletter "Hollywood Scriptwriter", Cox regularly shares pertinent information and inspiration with aspiring and working scriptwriters.

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