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"The 102nd thing taught in film school should be 'Read this book.'"
—David Koepp, screenwriter of Spider Man, Jurassic Park, and Panic Room
 

 
What are the essentials of screenplay structure? What's the difference between plot, story, and theme? What's the best camera angle to convey inner psychology? How are movie finances structured?

These questions and more are answered in this handsomely packaged book by a Hollywood screenwriter and script consultant. Presented in the familiar format of the popular 101 Things I Learned® series, 101 Things I Learned in Film School's  lessons will engage, inform, and inspire film school students, amateur filmmakers, industry pros, and casual aficionados.

 


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 About the Author
Neil Landau has written and produced for Universal, Disney, Columbia, and 20th Century Fox. He is the screenwriter of the teen comedy "Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead," and has worked on "Melrose Place," "Doogie Howser MD," and MTV's "Undressed." He is the author of four books, most recently TV Outside the Box (Focal Press, 2015). He teaches at UCLA.






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