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Gardner's Guide to Feature Animation Writing: The Writer's Road Map

Gardner's Guide to Feature Animation Writing<br> by Marilyn Webber Gardner's Guide to Feature Animation Writing: The Writer's Road Map
Your Price: $32.95 CDN
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Author: Marilyn Webber
Publisher: GGC Publishing
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 284
Pub. Date: 2002
ISBN-10: 1589650026
ISBN-13: 9781589650022
About the Book:

HARD TO FIND BOOK, only a very limited number of copies are still available.

Gardner's Guide to Feature Animation Writing teaches you how to develop marketable animation stories and scripts. Through a simple analogy, you will come to understand the basics of writing for animated features while discovering the distinctions between animation and live-action scripts and examining feature animation genres.

In addition, you will be given the tools to create cohesive plot structures for the animated screenplay, fascinating characters, original scenes, and dynamic dialogue. And if you are a bit intimidated about integrating comedy into your animation screenplay, never fear, for once you've mastered Chapter 14 on comedy cones, your script will have the reader laughing out loud.

Includes the "secret" and scene-by-scene specific structure included in Gardner's Guide to Screenwriting, with some minor variations. By applying this structure creatively and effectively, your feature animation script will stand out among the thousands of scripts that circulate around studio lots.

What people say:

"Full of sound advice and thoughtful approaches to an exceedingly difficult genre of writing. …the only book out there that truly understands what's needed in producing a successful full length animated feature script." — Rick Copp, screenwriter and producer.

About the Author:

Marilyn Webber has worked as a professional writer in Los Angeles for the past eight years. She began her career in children's programming, writing Saturday morning cartoons and animation teleplays progressing to writing one hour action/adventure and dramas for both day time and prime time television.

Webber has freelanced for networks such as ABC and CBS, and for studios such as Universal and Disney. Her work has garnered nominations for both an Academy Award and a Humanitas.