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Developing story ideas : the power and purpose and storytelling / Michael Rabiger.

By: Rabiger, Michael [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York, N. Y. : Routledge, 2017Edition: Third edition.Description: xi, 218 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781138956230.Other title: Power and purpose and storytelling.Subject(s): Motion picture authorship | Playwriting | Plots (Drama, novel, etc.)DDC classification: 808.23 Summary: "The vast majority of screenplay and writing books that focus on story development have little to say about the initial concept that inspired the piece. Developing Story Ideas: The Power and Purpose of Storytelling, Third Edition provides writers with ideational tools and resources to generate a wide variety of stories in a broad range of forms. Celebrated filmmaker and author Michael Rabiger demonstrates how to observe situations and themes in the writer's own life experience, and use these as the basis for original storytelling. This new edition has been updated with chapters on adaptation, improvisation, and cast collaboration's roles in story construction, as well as a companion website featuring further projects, class assignments, instructor resources, and more"--www.amazon.com.
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"The vast majority of screenplay and writing books that focus on story development have little to say about the initial concept that inspired the piece. Developing Story Ideas: The Power and Purpose of Storytelling, Third Edition provides writers with ideational tools and resources to generate a wide variety of stories in a broad range of forms. Celebrated filmmaker and author Michael Rabiger demonstrates how to observe situations and themes in the writer's own life experience, and use these as the basis for original storytelling. This new edition has been updated with chapters on adaptation, improvisation, and cast collaboration's roles in story construction, as well as a companion website featuring further projects, class assignments, instructor resources, and more"--www.amazon.com.

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