Have a book or story your would like to see on the movies screen? WOW (Women on Writing) has a good article on this topic at:
This issue speaks to screenwriters, directors, producers, filmmakers, script consultants, literary managers, film rights agents, and authors to cover every angle of the adaptation process. It also cover book trailer basics and how to format a screenplay.
Includes the following and more:
• An interview with Robin Swicord. Robin is best known for her incredible screenplay adaptations of novels and short stories, including Little Women, Matilda, The Jane Austen Book Club, Memoirs of a Geisha, and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
• John Robert Marlow and Jacqueline Radley – Make Your Book a Movie: Adapting Your Book or Story for Hollywood
• Freelancer Mary Castillo – Coming to a TV Near You: Telefilms from Books.
• Freelancer Tara Lynne Brown and thank her for her interview with Alexandra Sokoloff, a writer of all trades
• Annette Fix, Book Trailer Basics: Bring Your Story to Life!
• WOW!instructor Christina Hamlett – How To Format a Screenplay 101: Putting Your Best Script Forward.
• WOW! columnist LuAnn Schindler – Interview with Liliana Greenfield-Sanders—a filmmaker, screenwriter, director, and editor of short films that focus on women.
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