The Creative Screenwriter: Exercises to Expand Your Craft
At a Glance
This is a book for aspiring screenwriters who want to establish a powerful writing practice; a manual for teachers and students seeking inspiring exercises to encourage discussion and reflection; and a handbook for professionals wanting to hone their craft and solve specific writing problems. It is a book that will help rekindle the creative spark, remind you why you enjoy writing, and create new ways to help you expertly express the stories you want to tell - and sell!
- Date available: 02/13/2013
- Publication date: 04/15/2012
- Return policy: 30 days
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Meet the Author: Craig Batty
Dr. Craig Batty is Senior Lecturer in Creative and Professional Writing at RMIT University, Australia. He is a screenwriter, script consultant and script editor, with many experiences in short film, feature film, television and online drama. He is author of the books Screenplays: How to Write and Sell Them (Kamera Books, 2012) and Movies That Move Us: Screenwriting and the Power of Protagonist's Journey (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011),and co-author of the books The Creative Screenwriter: Exercises to Expand Your Craft (Methuen, 2012), Media Writing: A Practical Introduction (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010) and...