What is the single most effective way you can stay on top of Hollywood’s film and television output? Adam answers that question, tackles other issues such as a screenwriter’s role once the script is sold. Also, when is voice-over narration acceptable? Plus, screenwriting lessons learned from YOUNG ADULT, NO STRINGS ATTACHED, DON JUAN DeMARCO and JENNIFER’S BODY.
About The Author
Adam Levenberg is author of THE STARTER SCREENPLAY and one of Hollywood’s most in demand screenwriting consultants. As a reader for USA Films (BEING JOHN MALKOVICH, TRAFFIC), Adam recommended scripts such as HOLLYWOODLAND and SYLVIA, which were both produced by the studio. After working as a Creative Executive for Intuition Productions (THE STEPFORD WIVES, PASSENGERS), Adam moved on to One Race Films (XXX, THE CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK, THE PACIFIER, FIND ME GUILTY, FAST & FURIOUS) where he became the company’s Development Executive.
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