Screenplay – From The Inside

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For you who have a trunk full of screenplays that you can’t give away let alone sell, I will show you how to turn lead into pure gold. For you who have a closet of unfinished masterpieces, I will show you how to get to THE END. And for you who have a dream of being a screenwriter,
I will show you everything you need to make your dream come true. The rest is up to you. More

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  • Category: Screenplays » History
  • Words: 87,570
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301567973
About Edward Di Lorenzo

Screenwriter with 20 credits in Film % TV -
The Idolmaker, Los Bandidos, Silent Rage, Lady
Frankenstein, -- Wild, Wild, West, Dempsey, Miami Vice, The Invaders, Space 1999, etc.
Taught screenwriting at USC Graduate Film School, UCLA, NYU, Columbia, Brown, Boston College, Boston University, Pasadena City College,
Santa Monica City College, American Film Institue
Graduated Boston College

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Review by: Brad Palmer on Dec. 28, 2014 :
Ed was my grad school screenwriting professor at Chapman University and he was one of the best professors I ever had, hands down. After school he mentored me through another (lower budget) feature length screenplay that was funded, shot and now have a distribution deal (currently working through foreign territories but soon to release domestically) entitled "Blood Redd" (a modern day telling of Little Red Riding Hood with a werewolf).

This book is an excellent resource of the mass amounts of knowledge Ed has with the screenwriting process. The guy knows structure and dialogue inside and out. I continue to use it to this day to help my writing when I can't meet with the master himself.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
Review by: ramisteiner on Oct. 6, 2013 : (no rating)
Ed Di Lorenzo was my screenwriting Professor at U.S.C
He was the only one who made any sense.
You will never get so much for so little, how sad and unjust is it?
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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