A necessary addition to any screenwriting library, covers all the stuff that the others don't and does it in a witty, conversational style that's great fun to read.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 27, 2012
Screenplay Form and Structure is being released by editor and contributor Alan von Altendorf as an indispensable resource for professional motion picture writers, intermediate and advanced students of screenwriting, film school instructors, producers, and rewrite consultants. It focuses on five key components of screenplay art: writing as a career and workplace experience, audience-protagonist bonding, scene card logic, story development, and marketing.
Screenplay Form and Structure provides fresh ideas and genuine dialogue about how stories work and why some are universally hailed as film classics. This tightly edited volume contains dozens of clear, practical tutorials. Subject Index cites 45 classic and recent movies, academic research, and probing Q&A by industry-savvy workshop participants. Many of the participants are working pros, others just starting out, with a few novelists and academics thrown in for spice.
"A necessary addition to any screenwriting library, covers all the stuff that the others don't and does it in a witty, conversational style that's great fun to read." - Richard Krevolin, Writer/Director
Screenplay Form & Structure, ISBN 978-1477644782 to be published by Duck Diversified on August 1, 2012, 6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm) trade paperback, 238 pages, available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
About Alan von Altendorf
An author and filmmaker with a diverse background in the entertainment industry, von Altendorf has directed three 16mm shorts and numerous TV programs and music videos, and written six screenplays, three novels, and two nonfiction books.
For more information about Screenplay Form and Structure please visit duckdiversified.com or contact Alan von Altendorf by email: info at cwsx.org or telephone +1 720-371-1879. Von Altendorf is available for radio and press interviews and book signings in Denver, LA, Seattle. Other contributors are available for bookstore events. Review copies are available on request in pdf via email or 238 pp. paperback via UPS with provision of a shipping address.