Creating Strong Protagonists (Screenwriting Blue Books Book 7)

Creating Strong Protagonists Screenwriting Blue Books Book No More Passive Protagonists A step by step guide to creating take charge protagonists Screenplays are about characters in conflict characters in emotional turmoil Strong three dimensional protagonist

  • Title: Creating Strong Protagonists (Screenwriting Blue Books Book 7)
  • Author: William C. Martell
  • ISBN: 9780970067722
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • No More Passive Protagonists A step by step guide to creating take charge protagonists Screenplays are about characters in conflict characters in emotional turmoil Strong three dimensional protagonists who can find solutions to their problems in 110 pages But how do you create characters like this How do you turn words into flesh and blood Character issues, KnNo More Passive Protagonists A step by step guide to creating take charge protagonists Screenplays are about characters in conflict characters in emotional turmoil Strong three dimensional protagonists who can find solutions to their problems in 110 pages But how do you create characters like this How do you turn words into flesh and blood Character issues, Knowing Who Is The Boss, Tapping into YOUR fears, The Naked Character, Pulp Friction, Man With A Plan, Character Arcs, Avoiding Cliche People, Deep Characterization, Problem Protagonists, 12 Ways To Create Likable Protagonists even if they are criminals , Active vs Reactive, The Third Dimension In Character, Relationships, Ensemble Scripts, and much, much Over 63,000 words of techniques Professional Screenwriter William C Martell 19 produced films takes you into the world of strong protagonists, showing you step by step how to find the best lead character for your screenplay.

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    1. William C. Martell

      William C Martell has written nineteen produced films, including three HBO World Premiere movies the Tom Clancy style techno thriller STEEL SHARKS filmed with full U.S Navy cooperation with Gary Busey, Billy Dee Williams, and Billy Warlock, the submarine thriller CRASH DIVE starring Frederic Forrest, Catherine Bell, Chris Titus, and Michael Dudikoff also with Navy cooperation , and the sci fi actioner GRID RUNNERS starring Don The Dragon Wilson, Michael Dorn and Athena Massey all three produced by Ashok Amritraj, producer of the Bruce Willis Comedy BANDITS and the Steve Martin Queen Latifah comedy BRINGING DOWN THE HOUSE His two Showtime Films include BLACK THUNDER, about a stolen stealth fighter plane, starring Michael Dudikoff and Richard Norton and a sci fi film both produced by Andrew Stevens, producer of Jack Nicholson s THE PLEDGE and the Bruce Willis Matthew Perry film THE WHOLE 9 YARDS and its sequel He has written a couple of CineMax Premieres like action thriller TREACHEROUS which stars Tia Carrere, C Thomas Howell, and Adam Baldwin from 20th Century Fox , the martial arts vampire flick NIGHT HUNTER and military action flick THE BASE starring Mark Dacascos , plus a USA Network thriller.His noir thriller HARD EVIDENCE starring Gregory Harrison and Joan Severance from Warner Bros was video pick of the week in over two dozen newspapers, was a Blockbuster featured new release, and beat the Julia Roberts film Something To Talk About in video rentals when both debuted the same week.He is the West Coast Editor of Scr i pt Magazine the largest circulation screenwriting magazine in the world where he has written the Independents screenwriting column for over a decade, a contributor to Writer s Digest Magazine and a past columnist for The Hollywood Scriptwriter Magazine He was Entertainment News Editor for Dean INDEPENDENCE DAY Devlin s Eon Magazine, wrote the Screenwriting 101 column for the Independent Film Channel Magazine, and was the only non nominated screenwriter mentioned on Siskel Ebert s If We Picked The Winners Oscar show in 1997 He is a frequent contributor to Ebert s Movie Answer Man syndicated column and Ebert s annual Year In Film books He was on the jury of the Raindance Film Festival London in 2001 with director Mike Figgis and actress Saffron Burrows and again in 2004 with actor Lennie James and director Edgar Wright and just returned from 2009 jury duty.

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