The Top Ten Classic Films That Are Good Templates for Beginning Writers
At a Glance
What can a beginning writer learn from of the most popular movies of the last few decades? The right movie can teach a writer a lot; how to craft characters, how to open with a bang, how to keep the audience in suspense until the very last frame. But the lessons aren’t always obvious or self evident. This tutorial will help guide you through the 10 best movies to use as a template, and what aspects of the film you should focus on, as you embark on writing your screenplay.
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Meet the Author: Michael Lee
Michael Lee currently acts as a script consultant and a script reader for the Northwest Screenwriting Guild membership committee. He has served as a judge in many screenwriting contests which includes THE PAGE awards, the Las Vegas Film Festival, and the Gimme Credit Screenplay Competition. He is most well known for his role as a producer for the Angelina Jolie film Life or Something Like It.