Want to write your original TV drama pilot?
ScreenCraft’s screenwriting guide provides our best advice from years of experience, interviews and classes with top screenwriters, Hollywood producers and studio development executives. This book is adapted from our popular online eCourse.
What you’ll learn:
- How to choose a good premise
- How to format your screenplay according to industry standards
- How to build your characters
- How to build your plot and combine outlines
- How to use the “System of Passes” to polish your final draft
This book presents the basics of developing a successful concept and writing a 1-hour TV drama pilot screenplay according to Hollywood formatting and structure standards. Get started and write in your own time.
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