The Low-Budget Screenplay How to Write a Produce-able Script
"The Low-Budget Screenplay: How to Write a Produce-able Script" gives writers tools to not only write a great story, but to get the script to the screen. This book is not a "paint-by-numbers" guide, but rather a basic and advanced guide to character, plot and story elements. it also offers readers a strategy, showing how to take an idea from a premise to the final draft.
“I feel like Joe is a genuine filmmaker. An independent who has his own material to talk about, who does it his way. It’s fresh. And people can see a milieu that maybe they haven’t seen before.”
Tom Rickman, Academy Award Nominated Screenwriter: COAL MINER’S DAUGHTER
“Joe is a terrific talent and is an amazing writer. The thing I appreciate the most about his work is that he bring a lot if heart to whatever he does.”
Steve Mazur, Screenwriter: LIAR LIAR, HEARTBREAKERS,THE LITTLE RASCALS
- Date available: 09/19/2014
- Publication date: 07/30/2014
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Meet the Author: Joe Aaron
Joe Aaron is the writer / producer / director of the feature film Crazy Jones, which ran on the Showtime Network, and was the winner of many awards, including Audience Choice Best Feature at Cinequest International Film Festival.
He worked in television for many years as a promotions and segment writer for HBO, Cinemax, Comedy Central, and E!
He is best known as the co-creator of Disney's Doug and is the co-author of children's book, "Doug's Big Shoe Disaster."
Joe is featured in two documentaries: Dreams on Spec and Autism: the Musical. His current projects ...