The screenwriter's roadmap : 21 ways to jumpstart your story / Neil Landau.  (Text) (Text)

Landau, Neil
Call no.: PN1996 .L25 2013Publication: Burlington, MA : Focal Press, 2013Description: xv, 310 p. : illNotes: Includes index.ISBN: 9780240820606 (pbk.)Subject(s): Motion picture authorship -- Handbooks, manuals, etcScreenwriters -- United States -- InterviewsLOC classification: PN1996 | .L25 2013
Contents:1 What's the Catch? Clarify the Central Conflict of Your Premise / Interview: Tony Gilroy -- 2 Why Are We Here? Think of Setting and Time Period as Another Character in Your Screenplay / Interview: Jane Anderson -- 3 Who Are We Rooting For? Create an Iconic Protagonist with a Core Contradiction / Interview: Steven Conrad -- 4 What's the Point (of View)? / Add Dimension to Characters via POV, Subtext and Dialogue / Interview: Scott Z. Burns -- 5 What's at Stake? Give Your Protagonist Something to Win and Something to Lose / Interview: Sheldon Turner -- 6 What's the Kryptonlte? Determine Your Protagonist's Most Significant Weakness (Achilles' Heel) / Interview: Susannah Grant -- 7 Who's the Bad Guy? Inject a Potent Antagonistic Force / Interview: Stuart Beattie -- 8 What's the Structural Blueprint? Draft the Architectural Foundation / Interview: Richard LaGravenese -- 9 What's the Spark? Hook Your Audience with an "Inciting Incident" / Interview: Ed Solomon -- 10 What's the Trap? Plunge Your Protagonist into Crisis at the End of Act One / Interview: Corl Ellsworth11 What's the Curveball? Ratchet Up the Stakes at the Midpoint of Act Two / Interview: Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver -- 12 What's the "Aha" Moment? Position Your Protagonist at a Crossroads at the End of Act Two / Interview: Jose Rivera -- 13 What's the Rush? Set the Clock Ticking / Interview: David Koepp -- 14 What's the Worst Thing That Could Happen? Push Your Protagonist to the Edge at the Climax / Interview: David S. Goyer -- 15 Where Are We Going with All This? Pay Off the Setups / Interview: Laeta Kalogridis -- 16 How Did We End Up Here? Crafting the Inevitable Conclusion / Interview: Billy Ray -- 17 What's the Missing Piece? Infuse Your Story with a Central Mystery / Interview: Andrew Kevin Walker -- 18 What's the Movie Really About? Illuminate the Central Thematic Question / Interview: Eric Roth -- 19 Where Is the Heat? Fuel and Stoke the Dramatic Fire / Interview: Melissa Rosenberg -- 20 How Does It Make You Feel? Connect to the Emotional Core of Your Characters / Interview: Guillermo Arriaga -- 21 What's Wrong with This Picture? Rewrites: Revise and Refine Your Intention and Vision / Interview: Jeff Nothanson.
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Includes index.

1 What's the Catch? Clarify the Central Conflict of Your Premise / Interview: Tony Gilroy -- 2 Why Are We Here? Think of Setting and Time Period as Another Character in Your Screenplay / Interview: Jane Anderson -- 3 Who Are We Rooting For? Create an Iconic Protagonist with a Core Contradiction / Interview: Steven Conrad -- 4 What's the Point (of View)? / Add Dimension to Characters via POV, Subtext and Dialogue / Interview: Scott Z. Burns -- 5 What's at Stake? Give Your Protagonist Something to Win and Something to Lose / Interview: Sheldon Turner -- 6 What's the Kryptonlte? Determine Your Protagonist's Most Significant Weakness (Achilles' Heel) / Interview: Susannah Grant -- 7 Who's the Bad Guy? Inject a Potent Antagonistic Force / Interview: Stuart Beattie -- 8 What's the Structural Blueprint? Draft the Architectural Foundation / Interview: Richard LaGravenese -- 9 What's the Spark? Hook Your Audience with an "Inciting Incident" / Interview: Ed Solomon -- 10 What's the Trap? Plunge Your Protagonist into Crisis at the End of Act One / Interview: Corl Ellsworth

11 What's the Curveball? Ratchet Up the Stakes at the Midpoint of Act Two / Interview: Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver -- 12 What's the "Aha" Moment? Position Your Protagonist at a Crossroads at the End of Act Two / Interview: Jose Rivera -- 13 What's the Rush? Set the Clock Ticking / Interview: David Koepp -- 14 What's the Worst Thing That Could Happen? Push Your Protagonist to the Edge at the Climax / Interview: David S. Goyer -- 15 Where Are We Going with All This? Pay Off the Setups / Interview: Laeta Kalogridis -- 16 How Did We End Up Here? Crafting the Inevitable Conclusion / Interview: Billy Ray -- 17 What's the Missing Piece? Infuse Your Story with a Central Mystery / Interview: Andrew Kevin Walker -- 18 What's the Movie Really About? Illuminate the Central Thematic Question / Interview: Eric Roth -- 19 Where Is the Heat? Fuel and Stoke the Dramatic Fire / Interview: Melissa Rosenberg -- 20 How Does It Make You Feel? Connect to the Emotional Core of Your Characters / Interview: Guillermo Arriaga -- 21 What's Wrong with This Picture? Rewrites: Revise and Refine Your Intention and Vision / Interview: Jeff Nothanson.

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