2012 SBIFF Screenwriters’ Panel: It Starts with the Script

2012 SBIFF Screenwriters’ Panel: It Starts with the Script

2012 SBIFF Screenwriters' Panel: It Starts with the Script is an Intermediate level course on Video, created by the author, SBIFF. This course is a critical base for an individual who needs to sharpen his/her Video skills. It provides you a thorough grip on Filmmaking, Screenwriting, Video, Filmmaking, Screenwriting and Video.

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Author SBIFF
Publish Date 2/3/2012
Skill Intermediate
Duration 59m 16s
Topic Filmmaking
Video Tutorials 5
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As the presenting sponsor of the 27th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival, lynda.com is once again pleased to open the door to four entertainment industry panels that feature some of Hollywood’s top talent. Panelists are carefully chosen during the awards season and include many you’ll see on the Golden Globes® and Oscars®.

Moderated by Anne Thompson from indieWIRE, the It Starts with the Script panelists share their stories of script development, writer’s block, book adaptation, and, most of all, tenacity, on the way to getting their movies to the screen. Mike Mills (Beginners) tells us about turning his own story about his father into a screenplay. Will Reiser (50/50) also turned a life experience, his personal battle with cancer, into a comedy starring his best friend Seth Rogen. Jim Rash (The Descendants) walks us through his process as he turned the book by Kaui Hart Hemmings into a film nominated for five Academy Awards®. Tate Taylor (The Help) was roommates with author Kathryn Stockett, who wrote the best-selling book; he finished the screenplay (and owned the rights) before the book was even published. Writer J. C. Chandor (Margin Call) wrote about the financial markets, having grown up with his father immersed in that world.

With all of these brilliant writers, “write what you know” became their life’s mantra while they worked on their screenplays. They share funny and poignant anecdotes about their experiences and processes on the way to the big screen.

2012 SBIFF Screenwriters’ Panel: It Starts with the Script : Video Lessons

  • Introduction10m 22s
  • The road to the first draft12m 56s
  • Adapting from another medium12m
  • Working with Actors17m 29s
  • From notecards to final draft - the writing process6m 29s

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