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Screenwriting Bible

Screenwriting Bible

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Published by Khadiga Hamed

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Published by: Khadiga Hamed on Aug 08, 2009
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Hook the reader and set forth the rules of the story. If it captures
interest, the opening scene is called the hook, else the opening scene.
The first image implies something about your story – location, mood,
theme.

The character of your story will include the atmosphere or mood [tone],
location, emotional setting, genre.

EX: GHOSTBUSTERS: A ghost scares a librarian, a funny event. Then we
see Bill Murray hitting on a coed and pretends the coed has ESP and
needs him as support to understand this feature.
SCREAM: Drew Barrymore faced with answering the quiz right or wrong,
and if wrong, death occurs.

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