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ABOUT THE AUSTRALIAN WRITERS GUILD
AUSTRALIAN BOX OFFICE HITS
TOP TEN AUSTRALIAN FILMS OF ALL TIME IN AUSTRALIA
TOP 50 FILMS in AUSTRALIA
U.S. BOX OFFICE MEGAHITS
U.S. BOX OFFICE HITS (INFLATION-ADJUSTED)
TOP 100 AUSTRALIAN FILMS AT THE AUST. BOX OFFICE, 1966 TO 11 JULY 2002
AFI WINNERS for BEST SCREENPLAY
OSCAR®® -WINNING SCREENPLAYS
A FEW OTHER FILM CLASSICS
ONLINE SOURCES FOR FILM SCREENPLAYS
WHAT IS A SCREENPLAY?
AN OVERVIEW OF THE PROCESS:
WHERE TO START?
THEME
THE CREATIVE PROCESS
THE GREEK LEGACY: 3-ACT STORY STRUCTURE
THE PREMISE
CREATE A GREAT CHARACTER
SCREENPLAY CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS
CHARACTER DESCRIPTION TEMPLATE:
THE HOOK – and THE VERBAL PITCH
ONE-PAGE `PITCH’ CASE STUDY: OMMADAWN
CONFLICT IS DRAMA
CHARACTER
ENNEAGRAMS
THE 4 HIPPOCRATIC HUMOURS
PHYSICALITY: SOMATYPES
JUNG’S PERSONALITY TYPES
ASTROLOGICAL STAR SIGNS
HERO'S JOURNEY CHARACTER ARCHETYPES
SYD FIELD'S CHARACTER TEMPLATE
3-D CHARACTER PROFILE - STRIKING POINTS
CHARACTER ARCS
STAKES
THE HERO or PROTAGONIST
CHARACTER PROFILE WORKSHEETS
CHARACTER INTERVIEW
CREATE 5 MEMORABLE SCENES
A CHARACTER’S BACKSTORY
JOHN CARROLL’S “9 CORE THEMES”
TOBIAS’ 20 PLOTS
POLTI’S `THE 36 DRAMATIC SITUATIONS’
JOHNSTON/BLAKE’S 9 PLOTS
GENRE IN FILMS
FILMS PRODUCED (BY GENRE) IN AUSTRALIA since 1990
AUSTRALIAN FEATURE FILM GENRES
STRUCTURE
THE HERO’S JOURNEY
ROBERT McKEE’S SCREENWRITING METHOD
THE STORY MAP
BARRY PEARSON’S STRUCTURE
ECO & THE JAMES BOND PLOTS
DAVID SIEGEL’S NINE-ACT STRUCTURE
RICHARD MICHAELS – MEGAHIT STRUCTURE
ON THEMATIC VISUAL METAPHORS
Viki King's INNER MOVIE METHOD
THE SCREENPLAY `BEAT SHEET’
PLOTS and SUBPLOTS - or A,B and C stories
QUESTIONS TO ANSWER BEFORE YOU WRITE:
THE `15 COMMANDMENTS’
OF FEATURE FILM SCREENWRITING
SCENE LENGTH
EXPOSITION
FEATURE FILM LAYOUT
BINDING
SCREENPLAY TERMS - GLOSSARY
DIALOG
SOME OTHER DIALOG `RULES’:
SUBTEXT
FAMOUS LINES from films of the 1990’s
MEMORABLE LINES FROM AUSTRALIAN FILMS
GREAT MOVIE LINES
SCRIPT EDITING QUESTIONS:
SCRIPT EDITING: THE SCENE-BY-SCENE ANALYSIS
SCRIPT ANALYSIS (by SCRIPT ASSESSORS or READERS)
USEFUL SCREENWRITING WEBSITES
GOVERNMENT FILM BODIES
NATIONAL FILM FUNDING BODIES
STATE FUNDING BODIES
OTHER SITES
NEWS & REVIEWS
HOLLYWOOD FILM RUMOURS
GENERAL FILM INFO
BOOKS ABOUT SCRIPTWRITING
SCREENWRITING SOFTWARE
KEEPING IT LOW BUDGET
RESEARCH YOUR LOW BUDGET MOVIE!
THE QUERY LETTER*
FINDING AGENTS, PRODUCERS, DIRECTORS, ACTORS
RELEASE FORM
NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT
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Screenwriting Workbook

Screenwriting Workbook

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