Screenwriting for Teens: The 100 Principles of Screenwriting Every Budding Writer Must Know
At a Glance
This books gives teens—who go to the movies more than any age group in the world—the tools to do more than just watch those movies. It gives them the tools to write their own films.
Targeted to the interests and vocabularies of junior high and high school students, each chapter of Screenwriting for Teens defines a concept, illustrates it with examples of current and/or classic films, and challenges its readers with creative writing, analytical, and discussion exercises.
Former actress and director, Christina Hamlett is an award-winning author, instructor, and professional script coverage consultant whose credits to date include 24 books, 120 plays, and musicals and 4 optioned feature films, and articles/interviews that appear in trade publications throughout the world.
- Publisher: Michael Wiese Productions
- Date available: 01/01/2010
- Publication date: 10/31/2006
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Meet the Author: Christina Hamlett
Former actress/director Christina Hamlett is an award winning writer, instructor and script consultant whose credits to date include 26 books, 133 plays, 5 optioned feature films, and hundreds of articles that appear in trade publications throughout the world. She is also a ghostwriter for The Penn Group in Manhattan.