Storywise Workbook: How to Write a TV Pilot Script
In this workbook, Jen Grisanti tells you about a breakthrough method that she discovered during the past 18 years of analyzing story - this method will help you to write a stronger TV pilot script! It all starts with a strong log line, then the setup of a powerful dilemma and a clear goal that stems from the dilemma.
Jen Grisanti created this workbook because she recognized that the pilot script is the hardest script to write. Taking you deep into her philosophy, she gives you a 5-week structure to adhere to while completing your pilot and her world famous "logline for your life!" exercise. Let Jen Grisanti help you unmask the mystery behind writing a great pilot!
- Publisher: Jen Grisanti Consultancy
- Date available: 01/01/2010
- Publication date: 07/01/2010
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Meet the Author: Jen Grisanti
Jen Grisanti is a Story Consultant, Independent Producer, Writing Instructor for NBC’s Writers on the Verge, Blogger for The Huffington Post and author of the upcoming book, Story Line: Finding the Gold In Your Life Story.
Grisanti started her career as an assistant to Aaron Spelling 15 years ago. Aaron was her mentor for the next 12 years as she climbed the ranks and eventually ran Current Programs at Spelling Television Inc., covering all of Spelling’s shows including Beverly Hills, 90210, Melrose Place and Charmed. In 2004, Jen was promoted to Vice President of Current Programs at CBS/Paramount where she covered shows including Mediu...