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Every screenwriter needs to rewrite—more than once, probably many times—to make the story work and then to make a sale. And then again later on, to please producers, studios or stars.  Tom Lazarus--author of “Stigmata”, among other scripts--is a working screenwriter and professor at UCLA extension.  In this book, he’s distilled his own experience and that of other screenwriters into a system.  SECRETS OF FILM REWRITING will teach writers how to:
-prioritize big scenes
-track transitions
-plot corrections
-add new information
-pass through for dialogue
-do an “on the nose” rewrite 

Hugely valuable to first-time screenwriters and to grizzled veterans of Hollywood pitch wars alike, SECRETS OF SCREENPLAY REWRITING is larded with humor and attitude as well as information. Its anatomy of a screenplay rewrite breaks down the book’s lessons into their practical application—a must for anyone looking for a break in the film business.
 
 

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