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screenwriter

a person who writes screenplays
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The Selling to Hollywood-From Down Under screenwriters conference is a new joint venture between the American Screenwriters Association and popcorn taxi.
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.
As a screenwriter and as one who teaches others how to write stories for the screen, visual fictions have put food on my table and kept a roof over my head.
Lardner wrote scenes for various films either produced or unproduced, but like his friends, he wrote on the sly, in a process later treated comically by formerly blacklisted screenwriter Walter Bernstein in The Front, starring Woody Allen.
HOLLYWOOD is being rocked by the sizzling revelations in a new tell-all book by one of its leading screenwriters.
"We had our own sly arithmetic, we could find fronts and make two become one," remembered screenwriter Walter Bernstein (Fail Safe, The Front, The House on Carroll Street) in his 1996 autobiography, Inside Out.
The members of the international Jury of the Orizzonti section are: the Greek director, screenwriter and producer Athina Tsangari (President of the Jury); the American director, screenwriter and producer Michael Almereyda; the Iranian actress Fatemeh Motamed-Aria (Simin); the film critic Frederic Bonnaud; the Egyptian screenwriter and producer Mohamed Hefzy; the Canadian director and screenwriter Alison McLean; the Italian director and screenwriter Andrea Pallaoro.
[USA] July 20(ANI): Screenwriter of the most iconic films in the Japanese history, including 'The Seven Samurai', Shinobu Hashimoto died at the age of 100.
Mesce, an author, screenwriter, playwright, and adjunct instructor, examines six screenwriting rules and why they should be broken: the use of how-to books; the use of a three-act structure; that every scene should move the plot forward; that the first ten pages should convince the reader a screenplay is worth reading; show, donAEt tell; and making audiences feel for characters.
In the pages of this newly revised and expanded second edition of "The Coffee Break Screenwriter: Writing Your Script Ten Minutes at a Time" by Pilar Alessandra (who is the director of the writing program On the Page, and host of the popular On the Page Podcast), the aspiring screenwriter will receive invaluable guidance and practical tips at every stage of the often intimidating writing process with a relaxed, "ten minutes at a time" method that focuses the writer and pushes him or her forward.
Canadian screenwriter Elan Mastai ("What If") couldn't have predicted that a chance meeting with scribe Jonathan Tropperatthe Whistler Film Festival would result in a $1.25 million sale for his debut sci-fi novel, "All Our Wrongs Today," and a movie deal with Amy Pascal's new shingle.
Grant is lauded screenwriter Grant is lauded screenwriter Keith Michaels, unable to get another gig in Hollywood despite having written everybody's favourite movie, Paradise Misplaced years ago.