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Old 03-05-2005, 02:36 AM   #1
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"A Good Book" review

I recently finished the 1st draft of a feature length screenplay. Although I have been working in Film and Video for over twenty years, I've only written a few feature length scripts that I might consider for sale. I was comfortable with my basic script format, AND I was confident with my narrative flow and story structure - but, when it came down to working on draft 2 - I sought some advise on how to make my script as marketable and readable as it can be.

I came Across this book:

"HOW NOT TO WRITE A SCREENPLAY - 101 Common Mistakes Most Screenwriters make."

Written by Denny Martin Flinn, and published by IFILM publishing.

I found the advise in it invaluable. It is really not a book for beginers, but it is a great reference for those editing an existing story.
 
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