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How to Write a Movie in 21 Days (Revised Edition): The Inner Movie Method

How to Write a Movie in 21 Days (Revised Edition): The Inner Movie Method

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In this classic bestselling screenwriting guide--now revised and updated--author and film consultant Viki King helps screenwriters go from blank page to completed manuscript through a series of clever and simple questions, ingenious writing exercises, and easy, effective new skills.

Viki King's Inner Movie Method is a specific step-by-step process designed to get the story in your heart onto the page. This method doesn't just show how to craft a classic three-act story but also delves into how to clarify the idea you don't quite have yet, how to tell if your idea is really a movie, and how to stop getting ready and start. Once you know what to write, the Inner Movie Method will show you how to write it. This ultimate scriptwriting survival guide also addresses common issues such as: how to pay the rent while paying your dues, what to say to your partner when you can't come to bed, and how to keep going when you think you can't.

How to Write a Movie in 21 Days, first published in 1987, has been translated into many languages around the world and has become an industry-standard guide for filmmakers both in Hollywood and internationally.

For accomplished screenwriters honing their craft, as well as those who have never before brought their ideas to paper, How to Write a Movie in 21 Days is an indispensable guide. And Viki King's upbeat, friendly style is like having a first-rate writing partner every step of the way.



Author: Viki King
Publisher: Harper Paperbacks
Published: 08/18/2020
Pages: 208
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.35lbs
Size: 7.90h x 5.30w x 0.40d
ISBN: 9780062995834

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Viki King is well known in Hollywood and internationally as an adviser to luminaries in the entertainment industry, as well as new writers just beginning their first projects. 

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