At a Glance
If you've ever wondered how treatments differ from one another for television series, movies-of-the-week or features, then you’ve found your book.
This "pack" looks like and feels like a script, and inside you'll find treatments for comedy, drama, and science fiction features, a seven-act structured movie-of-the-week treatment, and a television series treatment.
A treatment is more of a selling tool than a finished script, and you'll learn a lot of what to do or not to do by reading these various examples, written or co-written by David Freeman and others.
- Date available: 12/08/2009
- Publication date: 01/01/1980
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Meet the Author: David Freeman
David Freeman is a screenwriter, and teaches screenwriting and script development internationally.
A long-standing member of the Writers Guild of America, he has sold and optioned scripts and ideas to Sony Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Paramount Pictures, MGM, and other major film and television companies. He works half time for News Corp (which owns 20th Century Fox and television networks around the world), developing television dramas.
He has taught screenwriting and script development not just to writers around the world, but at Pixar, Disney, to many executives of the BBC, at various film studios in China, and to many other film and...