Better Than a Book,
Better Than a Lecture
Reading a book is not the ideal way to study film. Yet taking a lecture class is a big investment. The “screenbook” combines benefits of both reading and viewing for a 21st century learning experience.
Not a How-to,
But a How Come
New writers need to cultivate narrative instincts. But how-to books describe abstract principles. It takes deep study of masterful films to reveal the “why” that turns understanding into instinct.
Students Get a
If you are enrolled in a screenwriting class, you are eligible for a 25% student discount on the web-streamed version. Ask your teacher to register with us and request a “class code.”
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Many more screenbooks to come, including Traffic, The Crying Game, Pulp Fiction, Chinatown, Network, Annie Hall, Sunset Boulevard and Double Indemnity. Don’t miss out!
Romance and adventure are woven together in this road-film-on-a-river as Rose Sayer and Charlie Allnut are challenged with inter-relational struggles, natural elements and the formidable foe of a German gunboat.
Still relevant decades after its release, Callie Khouri’s metaphor-infused screenplay delivers a radical discourse on gender politics in the guise of an action-packed road film.
A unique collaboration between writer/director Robert Benton, producer Stanley Jaffe and lead actor Dustin Hoffman creates an unusually authentic look at the ramifications of divorce while exposing larger questions of gender expectations in parenting.
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