Screenwriting Advice From The Past: Loos & Emerson (1920)

Introduction

Getting Ideas

Crisis and Conflict

Situation

Theme

"Star Sympathy"

Action [Part 1]

Action [Part 2]

Action [Part 3]

Action [Part 4]

Action [Part 5]

Story synopsis

The Continuity [Part 1]

The Continuity [Part 2]

The Title

Marketing the Script

Writing for the Camera

Scenery for Scenarios

The Actor's Angle [Part 1]

The Actor's Angle [Part 2]

Character on the Screen [Part 1]

Character on the Screen [Part 2]

Character on the Screen [Part 3]

Character on the Screen [Part 4]

The "Interest" [Part 1]

The "Interest" [Part 2]

The Kinds Of Stories That Sell [Part 1]

The Kinds Of Stories That Sell [Part 2]

The Kinds Of Stories That Sell [Part 3]

The Kinds Of Stories That Sell [Part 4]

The Kinds Of Stories That Sell [Part 5]

What to Write and Not to Write [Part 1]

What to Write and Not to Write [Part 2]

What to Write and Not to Write [Part 3]

Cutting the Pictures [Part 1]

Cutting the Pictures [Part 2]

Cutting the Pictures [Part 3]

Writing for the Censors [Part 1]

Writing for the Censors [Part 2]

Writing for the Censors [Part 3]

The Pictorial Element

The Denouement [Part 1]

The Denouement [Part 2]

The Denouement [Part 3]

How To Begin [Part 1]

How To Begin [Part 2]

Midway in the Photoplay [Part 1]

Midway in the Photoplay [Part 2] [Plot People]

Midway in the Photoplay [Part 3]

Midway in the Photoplay [Part 4]

Midway in the Photoplay [Part 5]

Midway in the Photoplay [Part 6]

Midway in the Photoplay [Part 7]

The Final Close-Up [Part 1]

The Final Close-Up [Part 2]

The Final Close-Up [Part 3]



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