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screenwriter

a person who writes screenplays
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Fundraising ladies' lunch for Overgate Hospice, Elland, |with screenwriter Sally Wainwright and jazz singer AJ Brown.
Screenwriter Services, one of Hollywood's leading film packaging companies, provides a comprehensive list of script packaging services, including rewrites, cast wish list, directors wish list, budgets, production package top sheet, marketing breakdown, and more.
Even when they do retain some measure of creative control, screenwriters have to cope with contradictory demands--if one executive demands more romance, and another more violence, the screenwriter has to take note of their comments.
Though his latest film, 'Orphan of Zhao,' is drawing plaudits nationwide, 'Farewell My Concubine' director Chen Kaige is also taking barbs from the screenwriters who say he failed to credit their co-authorship of the script.
To be a screenwriter you should be able to produce fresh and original ideas, and have storytelling skills and an understanding of dramatic structure.
Hollywood's annual Humanitas Prizes went to eight spiritually compelling film and TV scripts, with a combined $95,000 given to screenwriters at the awards luncheon Sept.
There's the unhelpful agent, the airhead producer, the indignant screenwriters, the greedy executive who wants to change the one element that makes the movie distinctive, the clueless publicist who doesn't know how to surf the Web and more.
The novice screenwriter will leave this book with a long list of good films to watch, and perhaps keep, for inspirational viewing during the hungry years.
Each of his books (the first two being Soon to be a Major Motion Picture and Making a Killing) follow the life of screenwriter Mitchell Draper as he gets stuck in dangerous situations while working on films in Toronto.
Adaptation, true to its title, depicts real-life screenwriter Charlie Kaufman's agonizingly humiliating attempts to adapt real-life New Yorker writer Susan Orlean's real-life nonfiction best-seller The Orchid Thief for the screen.
A SEMINAR aimed at inspiring emerging Welsh screenwriters will be held in Cardiff on Thursday.
Screenwriter Jhabvala grabs us by the collar with a cloak-and-dagger prologue that ratchets up the stakes throughout the genteel dance of adultery and denial that follows.