Art of Screenwriting Collection

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Art of Screenwriting Adaptation: With Phil Alden Robinson, Robert Nelson Jacobs and Eric Roth
With Phil Alden Robinson (Sneakers, Field Of Dreams) & Robert Nelson Jacobs (The Shipping News, Chocolat) & Eric Roth (Ali, The Horse Whisperer, Forrest Gump, The Postman). This program teaches…
Dialogue & Description - With Bruce Joel Rubin, Ed Solomon And Dana Stevens
The Art of Screenwriting Series With Bruce Joel Rubin (Stuart Little 2, Deep Impact, Jacob's Ladder, Ghost), Ed Solomon (The In-Laws, Charlie's Angels, Men In Black) & Dana Stevens (For…
Narrative and Structure - With Scott Frank And Steven Zaillian
The Art of Screenwriting Series With Scott Frank (Minority Report, Out of Sight, Get Shorty) & Steven Zaillian (Gangs of New York, Hannibal, Schindler's List). This program teaches how to…
Character With Nicholas Kazan and Paul Attanasio
Learn the mystery of character, character dictating plot, character information, biographies, real characters vs. fictional characters, writing a franchise character, rules to break and not to break. Subjects covered include:…

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Art of Screenwriting Adaptation: With Phil Alden Robinson, Robert Nelson Jacobs and Eric Roth
Part of the Series: Art of Screenwriting Collection
With Phil Alden Robinson (Sneakers, Field Of Dreams) & Robert Nelson Jacobs (The Shipping News, Chocolat) & Eric Roth (Ali, The Horse Whisperer, Forrest Gump, The Postman). This program teaches highlighting the good parts and trouble spots, research, visualizing and dramatization, non-fiction vs. fiction, the echo effect, online reasearch vs.…
Harold Pinter: Art, Truth & Politics
"[A] passionate and astonishing speech, which mixed moral vigour with forensic detail... This was a man delivering an attack on American foreign policy, and Britain's subscription to it, with a controlled anger and a deadly irony. And, paradoxically, it reminded us why Pinter is such a formidable dramatist. He used…
Fiction into Film: Literature Goes to the Movies
Investigates how elements of a novel, short story or play are retained, altered, or deleted in the translation to film. Examines commercial considerations that affect the choice of literary sources and shows why producers choose Broadway musicals, best sellers and other popular genres. Use such cinematic works as "The Birth…
Dialogue & Description - With Bruce Joel Rubin, Ed Solomon And Dana Stevens
Part of the Series: Art of Screenwriting Collection
The Art of Screenwriting Series With Bruce Joel Rubin (Stuart Little 2, Deep Impact, Jacob's Ladder, Ghost), Ed Solomon (The In-Laws, Charlie's Angels, Men In Black) & Dana Stevens (For Love of the Game, City of Angels). This program teaches text and subtext, conveying emotion of the character and the…
Narrative and Structure - With Scott Frank And Steven Zaillian
Part of the Series: Art of Screenwriting Collection
The Art of Screenwriting Series With Scott Frank (Minority Report, Out of Sight, Get Shorty) & Steven Zaillian (Gangs of New York, Hannibal, Schindler's List). This program teaches how to get started, the main idea and servicing it, finding a movies spine, sources of inspiration, outlining, characters' relationship with structure,…
Video Data Bank On Art & Artists: Criticism and Theory
A collection of films about art critisism and theory from Video Data Bank, featuring Victor Burgin, Eddie Chambers, Terry Eagleton, Carol S. Vance, Hal Foster, Kodwo Eshun, Valerie Maynard, Laura Mulvey, Eileen Myles, and others.
Counihan Connection
Counihan Connection is a series of short films. Each film focuses on how one artist has interpreted Noel Counihan's art and created a new work. The film follows the artist as he or she creates their artwork. The artists are George Gittoes, Kristin McFarlane, Angela Cavalieri, Satta van Daal and…
The Changing World of Charles Dickens
Superb performances from some of the most memorable works of Charles Dickens, including David Copperfield, Dombey and Son, Great Expectations and Oliver Twist. A fascinating look at a major writer who not only reflected his times, but set out to change them as well. "A very good overview of the…
Romanticism - The Revolt of the Spirit
Nineteenth-century Romanticism--with its escape from an increasingly complex and industrialized world to the simplicity and purity of nature--is experienced through the literature of Hugo, Bronte, Shelley and Byron. In a scene from Les Miserables, Victor Hugo sees society as the force that makes men evil. Attitudes toward passions are typified…
Shakespeare - A Mirror to Man
Shakespeare wrote of the depths of human passion and ambition -- eternal themes that continually prove their relevance to modern readers and citizens. Shakespeare: A Mirror to Man demonstrates that timelessness through performances of scenes from plays including The Taming of the Shrew, Macbeth, and Othello. "Well-cast and employing the…
J. K. Rowling
Part of the Series: ICONS: Big Star Profiles
The adventures of that certain boy wizard, Harry Potter, were enough to propel J.K Rowling into millionaire status, but by 2007 the story that began it all came to an end. Rowling said goodbye to the series with the launch of the seventh book in the series, "Harry Potter and…
Classroom Classics II
Identify major literary themes and see how characters and plots are developed. Program features dramatic clips from these popular classics: Lord of the Flies by William Golding & The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain.