Making a Good Script Great

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Samuel French Trade, 1994 - Performing Arts - 242 pages
"Making a good script great is not just a matter of having a good idea. Nor is it a matter of just putting that good idea down on paper. In scriptwriting, it's not just the writing but also the 'rewriting' that counts. This book focuses on the rewriting process and offers specific methods to help you craft tighter, stronger and more workable scripts." - back cover.

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Gathering Ideas
The ThreeAct Structure Why
What Do Subplots Do?

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About the author (1994)

Linda Seger runs a leading film script consultancy, and is author of ten books. She is an international authority on screenwriting. She has a number of earned degrees and a doctorate in Drama and Theology. A practicing Quaker, she lives in Colorado Springs.

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