The Fine Artist, for Tubthump Mag

Whether you plan to be a screenwriter or not, it is imperative to at least read a few resourceful books on the subject. Understanding how the various components of film operate can help a project to progress more smoothly. You might even find you have ideas for stories after reading a few. So here is a list to help burgeoning writers and perplexed directors, actors and crew members. ~The Fine Artist

1. The Screenwriter’s Bible by David Trottier


The title speaks for itself. This book gives details on the formation of scripts for television and Hollywood. It is an aid that guides you as you write with helpful reminders. Then, once you feel you have established a saleable script and an interesting story, it offers information on how you can market your script.

2. Crafting Short Screenplays That Connect by Claudia Hunter Johnson


This book provides you with just what you need to create…

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