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    Which Lie Did I Tell? by William Goldman

From the Oscar-winning screenwriter ofAll the President's Men, The Princess Bride, and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, here is essential reading for both the aspiring screenwriter and anyone who loves going to the movies.

Year: 2000
Genre: on Film Makingon Screenwriting

    Save the Cat! by Blake Snyder

Blake Snyder tells all in this fast, funny and candid look inside the movie business. "Save the Cat" is just one of many ironclad rules for making your ideas more marketable and your script more satisfying. This ultimate insider's guide reveals the secrets that none dare admit, told by a showbiz veteran who's proven that you can sell your script if you can save the cat.

Year: 2005
Genre: on Screenwriting

    Save the Cat! Goes to the Movies by Blake Snyder

In the perfect companion piece to his first book, Snyder delivers even more insider's information gleaned from a 20-year track record as "one of Hollywood's most successful spec screenwriters," giving you the clues to write your movie.

Year: 2007
Genre: on Screenwriting

    Save the Cat! Strikes Back by Blake Snyder

Inspired by questions from the author's workshops, lectures, and emails, this book listened and provides tips, tactics, and techniques to solve your writing problems and create stories that resonate: The 7 warning signs you might have a great idea or not; 2 sure-fire templates for can t-miss loglines; and, more.

Year: 2010
Genre: on Screenwriting

 

 

Titles

Want ItGot ItRead ItYearTitle

2000Which Lie Did I Tell? by William Goldman on Film Making, on Screenwriting, Hollywood, Non-Fiction
More Adventures in the Screen Trade
2005Save the Cat! by Blake Snyder on Screenwriting, Non-Fiction
The Last Book on Screenwriting You'll Ever Need
2007Save the Cat! Goes to the Movies by Blake Snyder on Screenwriting, Non-Fiction
The Screenwriter's Guide to Every Story Ever Told
2010Save the Cat! Strikes Back by Blake Snyder on Screenwriting, Non-Fiction
More Trouble for Screenwriters to Get Into... and Out of

 

 

 


 

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