Rewrite: A Step-By-Step Guide to Strengthening Structure, Characters, and Drama
At a Glance
“Writing is rewriting” is the mantra of every successful screenwriter. Professionals know that the rewriting process is what separates the money-makers from the wanna-bes.
If you're writing a spec, you don't want to show it to anyone until it's in the best condition it could possibly be. The good news is that here, for the first time, is a practical, step-by-step guide to the most efficient and economical way to rewrite. From neophyte dabbler to award-winning scribe, anyone can use this book to help bring their screenplays to the next level.
Why attack this most important of writing phases alone? Pick up Rewrite and learn how to polish your screenplay arc by arc from an experienced and trusted mentor.
- Publisher Michael Wiese Productions
- Date available: 03/01/2008
- Publication date: 03/01/2008
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Meet the Author: Paul Chitlik
Screenwriter/producer/director Paul Chitlik has worked on hundreds of hours of television, been nominated for WGA and GLAAD Awards, and won a Genesis award. He’s written for Showtime’s Brothers, network shows Who’s the Boss?, Amen, Perfect Strangers, and Los Beltrán (Telemundo) as well as syndicated shows such as Small Wonder. He's written movies for broadcast and pay cable and consults for government film commissions around the world. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Screenwriting at Loyola Marymount University.