How to Write a Movie Script: The ABC's of Structuring Your Script the Hollywood Way
At a Glance
ABOUT THE WEBINAR
It is possible to write a script made for Hollywood, one that is destined to succeed, but it takes hard work and a great deal of studying what is working now and why it works. This video will take some of the hard work out of figuring out the winning Hollywood structure. You will learn the specifications that Hollywood is looking for. You will go over the fundamentals of struture and genre conventions. you will learn to use your genre to determine the structure of your story. Writer and educator, Robert Piluso will give you a glimpse of the structures that are working in Hollywood and will break down why they work. He will give you step by step instructions for ensuring your screenplay is a success in Hollywood.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- How to use genre conventions to enhance your screenplay’s effect on the audience
- How to build compelling protagonists How to get your script to catch a reader’s attention
- How to employ the sequence method to set a good pace for your story
- Date available: 01/03/2014
- Publication date: 01/03/2014
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Meet the Author: Robert Piluso
In 2006, Robert received his Bachelor's degree in English Literature and Philosophy from California State University Fullerton, from where he graduated summa cum laude. During this time, Robert collaborated on numerous screenplays with producer John Mott and began writing as an Internet columnist for Script Magazine.
In 2007 Robert began as a staff writer and film critic for Script Magazine in print, while his poetry has appeared over the years in the literary journals "Calliope", "Dash", and "The Chaffey Review", appearing in the same first volume as David Foster Wallace.
In 2008 Robert received his Master of Arts in Engli...