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What are You Laughing at?
How to Write Funny Screenplays, Stories, and More209Skickas inom 5-8 vardagar.
Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.From the nature of humor and the principles of comedic structure through the various forms of comedy writing, this book provides an introduction to the world of comedy writing. This is a useful guide for the writers wanting to master the art of comedy writing, with information such as the process of screenwriting, and generating ideas.
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At last. A how-to book by someone who actually knows how to. Larry Gelbart, creator-writer, M*A*S*H, screenwriter, Tootsie Some people are just plain funny. Some people don't know funny when it bites them in their collective ass. For the rest of us in the middle, this book might help. That is if funny is your idea of a good time. Penn Jillette of Penn & Teller Fast, fresh, fun to read, and of enormous value not for screenwriters alone but all writers, and not for comedy alone but all genres. Here is a truly original and worthy new contribution to the field. Prof. Richard Walter, Screenwriting Chairman, UCLA Film School Understand how people tick and the chances are that what you write - comedy or tragedy - will be more interesting. However, you still have to find the best way to write your observations on the human condition and if you want to try to be funny, this book is highly recommended. ScriptWriter Magazine Comedy is a funny thing and Schreiber's tome gets to the heart of humor. Richard Krevolin, professor of Screenwriting, USC, author, Screenwriting from the Soul
Foreword by Chris Vogler; Comedic Structure; Screenwriting; Fiction vs. Nonfiction; Forms of Fiction; Forms of Nonfiction; Theme/Setting; Story; Character; Dialogue; Rhythm and Sound of Words; Other Styles of Humor Writing; Other Prose Humor Forms; Other Media; Digital Marketing; On Reflection - Being a Writer; Bibliography; Filmography; About the Author