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If you're a journalist, you already have experience with aspects of screenwriting that are most important: meeting deadlines, adapting tone, paying careful attention to wordcount, incorporating notes for revision, finding new ways to address evergreen topics. NYU Film School screenwriting instructor D.B. Gilles teaches you how create that sellable screenplay.
February 2, 2004
EXCLUSIVE FOR AVANTGUILD MEMBERS |This is a transcript of mediabistro.com's "Journalists, Write That Screenplay" seminar with D.B. Gilles, held May 14, 2003, at the mb offices. Seminar transcripts appear the first week of each month.
D.B. Gilles: I like questions. I have a little script that I follow loosely. I'...
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