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Hodder & Stoughton Educational, 2003 - Motion picture authorship - 310 pages
In this guide, Ray Frensham explains the processes involved in transforming your creative ideas into a format that should work on screen and offers specialist advice on various issues such as characterization and the use of visual language. Aimed not just at the beginner but also at those with some prior knowledge of screenwriting, this book covers not just the intricacies and craft of writing for the screen, but also advises on how to approach the industry.

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