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Author Rubio, Salva, 1978- author.

Title Save the cat! goes to the Indies : the screenwriters guide to 50 films from the masters / Salva Rubio ; based on the books by Blake Snyder.

Publication Info. Saline, Michigan : Save the Cat!® Press ; [2017]
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 Nichols Adult Nonfiction  808.23 SNY    DUE 08-28-20
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Description xx, 311 pages : illustrations, black and white photographs ; 23 cm
Summary In his best-selling book, Save the Cat!® Goes to the Movies, Blake Snyder provided 50 "beat sheets" to 50 films, mostly studio-made. Now his student, screenwriter and novelist Salva Rubio, applies Blake's principles to 50 independent, European and cult films (again with 5 beat sheets for each of Blake's 10 genres). From international sensations like The Blair Witch Project to promising debuts like Pi, from small films that acquired cult status like The Texas Chain Saw Massacre to Euro-blockbusters like The Full Monty, from unexpected gems like Before Sunrise to auteur classics such as The 400 Blows, from Dogville to Drive and Boogie Nights to Cinema Paradiso, here are 50 movies that fit both the "indie" label and Blake Snyder's 15 beats. You'll find beat sheets for works from Quentin Tarantino, Steven Soderbergh, David Lynch, Roman Polanski, Danny Boyle, David Mamet, Spike Jonze, Charlie Kaufman, Sofia Coppola, Lars Von Trier, Stanley Kubrick, Woody Allen, Wes Anderson, and the Coen Brothers, among other renowned writers and directors. If you're a moviegoer, you'll discover a language to analyze film and understand how filmmakers can effectively reach audiences. If you're a writer, this book reveals how those who came before you tackled the same challenges you are facing with the films you want to write. With these 50 beat sheets, you'll see how hitting the beats creates stories that resonate the world over. -
Subject Motion picture authorship.
Snyder, Blake, 1957-2009.
ISBN 9780984157662
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