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The Tyranny of Story: Audience Expectations and the Short ScreenplayOffers A Unique Perspective On The Art Ofstorytelling, Regardless Of Format For Writers Intending To Craft Asuccessful Short Screenplay, This Book Offers A Detailed And Incisivepresentation Of The Particular Demands Of The Short Screenplay Form Itincludes References To Major Hollywood Feature Length Screenplays, As Wellas Numerous Short Screenplays In Their EntiretyThe Tyranny Of Story Isboth A Useful Analytical Tool For The Shaping Of Any Story, And Anunmatched Aid In The Drafting Of A Short ScreenplayThis Book Will Assist Individuals And Film Students With The Specialchallenges Of Writing Short Narrative ScreenplaysThe Book Was Written Because Of The Absence Of Any Comprehensive Text Onthe Subject And The Demand From Vancouver Film School S Own Students Toprovide Formal Reference Materials Related To The Creation Of Story Inshort Films

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  • Paperback
  • 255 pages
  • The Tyranny of Story: Audience Expectations and the Short Screenplay
  • Ric Beairsto
  • English
  • 08 November 2018
  • 9780968421307

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10 thoughts on “The Tyranny of Story: Audience Expectations and the Short Screenplay

  1. says:

    This book was a good introduction to short script writing The first 3rd of the book provided valuable tips of telling a good story The short scripts that followed demonstrated how certain elements are used and ultimately bent to create stories that deviate from the basic concept of a good story The end of the book felt rushed and I feel could have been fleshed out withsomething, it just felt too short even for a text book.Overall pretty good.

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