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Alternative scriptwriting : beyond the Hollywood formula / Ken Dancyger and Jeff Rush.

By: Dancyger, Ken.
Contributor(s): Rush, Jeff.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: PN1996 .D35 2013Publication: Burlington, Mass. ; Abingdon, U.K. : Focal Press, 2013Edition: 5th ed.Description: xi, 466 p.ISBN: 9780240522463 (pbk.).Subject(s): Motion picture authorship | Motion picture plays -- Technique
Contents:
INTRODUCTION: Chapter 1 Beyond the Rules -- STRUCTURE: Chapter 2 Structure -- Chapter 3 Critique of Restorative Three-Act Form -- Chapter 4 Counter-Structure -- Chapter 5 More Thoughts on Three Acts: Fifteen Years Later -- Chapter 6 Narrative and Anti-Narrative: The Case of the Two Stevens -- Chapter 7 Multiple Threaded Long-Form Television Serial Scripts -- GENRE: Chapter 8 Why Genre? -- Chapter 9 Working with Genre I -- Chapter 10 Working with Genre II: The Melodrama and the Thriller -- Chapter 11 Working Against Genre -- Chapter 12 The Flexibility of Genre -- Chapter 13 Genres of Voice -- Chapter 14 The Non-Linear Film -- Chapter 15 The Fable: A Case Study of Darkness: The Wizard of Oz and Pan's Labyrinth -- CHARACTER: Chapter 16 Reframing the Active/Passive Character Distinction -- Chapter 17 Stretching the Limits of Character Identification -- Chapter 18 Main and Secondary Characters -- Chapter 19 Subtext, Action, and Character -- Chapter 20 The Primacy of Character Over Action: The Non-American Screenplay
FORM, TONE, AND THEORY: Chapter 21 The Subtleties and Implications of Screenplay Form -- Chapter 22 Agency and the Other -- Chapter 23 Character, History, and Politics -- Chapter 24 Tone: The Inescapability of Irony -- Chapter 25 Dramatic Voice/Narrative Voice -- Chapter 26 Digital Features -- Chapter 27 Writing the Narrative Voice -- Chapter 28 Rewriting -- Chapter 29 Adaptations from Contemporary Literature -- CONCLUSION: Chapter 30 Personal Scriptwriting: The Edge -- Chapter 31 Personal Scriptwriting: Beyond the Edge.
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INTRODUCTION: Chapter 1 Beyond the Rules -- STRUCTURE: Chapter 2 Structure -- Chapter 3 Critique of Restorative Three-Act Form -- Chapter 4 Counter-Structure -- Chapter 5 More Thoughts on Three Acts: Fifteen Years Later -- Chapter 6 Narrative and Anti-Narrative: The Case of the Two Stevens -- Chapter 7 Multiple Threaded Long-Form Television Serial Scripts -- GENRE: Chapter 8 Why Genre? -- Chapter 9 Working with Genre I -- Chapter 10 Working with Genre II: The Melodrama and the Thriller -- Chapter 11 Working Against Genre -- Chapter 12 The Flexibility of Genre -- Chapter 13 Genres of Voice -- Chapter 14 The Non-Linear Film -- Chapter 15 The Fable: A Case Study of Darkness: The Wizard of Oz and Pan's Labyrinth -- CHARACTER: Chapter 16 Reframing the Active/Passive Character Distinction -- Chapter 17 Stretching the Limits of Character Identification -- Chapter 18 Main and Secondary Characters -- Chapter 19 Subtext, Action, and Character -- Chapter 20 The Primacy of Character Over Action: The Non-American Screenplay

FORM, TONE, AND THEORY: Chapter 21 The Subtleties and Implications of Screenplay Form -- Chapter 22 Agency and the Other -- Chapter 23 Character, History, and Politics -- Chapter 24 Tone: The Inescapability of Irony -- Chapter 25 Dramatic Voice/Narrative Voice -- Chapter 26 Digital Features -- Chapter 27 Writing the Narrative Voice -- Chapter 28 Rewriting -- Chapter 29 Adaptations from Contemporary Literature -- CONCLUSION: Chapter 30 Personal Scriptwriting: The Edge -- Chapter 31 Personal Scriptwriting: Beyond the Edge.

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