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Writing & Selling Crime Film Screenplays (Writing & Selling Screenplays) by Karen Lee Street (2014-04-01)

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  • By Heather on June 29, 2015

    Very insightful!

  • By Mara Ravins on September 16, 2014

    I would highly recommend this book for any screenwriter, director or producer interested in exploring the crime genre in film with the intent to create something with a new angle, sensibility. This thoroughly researched book has been written by a very distinguished script writing and script development expert. I found the historical overview of the various crime genres, including ample references to films, extremely valuable in providing a rich context from which to approach the crime writing genre with originality. This is further facilitated by writing exercises that offer fresh strategies for focusing theme, story design, rich characterization and dialogue. Overall a very interesting and inspiring read.

  • By Guest on June 6, 2014

    Thorough and meticulously researched book from somebody who clearly knows what they are talking about. This book not only covers the basics from defining genres to sub genres but also hones in on the genres of crime, film noir, prison and serial killer stories. The latter part of the book looks at the thoughts and experiences of real professionals in the industry and then what to do with your script and how to get it noticed. A one stop manual to planning, executing and selling your crime manuscript. Thoroughly recommended.

  • By collette on June 3, 2014

    I don't like giving bad reviews but I found it more of a history lesson on crime films than I did about writing crime films.


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