Realities of The Screenplay Trade

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'. . . I'd been working and working [on the screenplay], and I was looking forward to it actually being fun. It's not fun unless it gets made. And unless it gets made, you're never going to feel legitimized. An unproduced script is not publishable, and you can't get a bunch of your actor friends to put it on as an Off-Broadway show. A film script is good for only one thing. Otherwise, it's dead. And in many cases you don't even own it.'

-- Ted Tally

The new paperback and Kindle edition, Playwriting Seminars 2.0, features a revised and expanded section on screenwriting.

Here's the full Table of Contents of the new edition.

 


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