Monday, 27 February 2012

Screenwriting - six versions

Here's a simple explanation of what screenwriters do all day—told from six different perspectives.

It was created by screenwriter Mike Le, posted on The Black List website, and ruthlessly stolen shown here by me as an homage to Mike Le (possibly the smartest screenwriter working today. Plus, the guy worked on The Royal Tenenbaums, one of my all-time Top 10 movies.)

The Black List is expanding, from its original role as an annual survey, into a creative website which now includes interviews with industry people on a range of topics. You can ask questions and, maybe, get them answered by an expert. Or at least read lots of opinions on the subject. For example: What are the best opening scenes in movie history?

1 comment:

Kathy said...

Excellent discussion of opening scenes, very worth while blog.