How NOT to Write a Sitcom

100 misstakes to avoid if you ever want to get produced

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The craft of sitcom is possibly the hardest of all screenwriting genres, demanding a complex set of skills.

How NOT to Write a Sitcom is a troubleshooting guide aimed at both the novice and the practising sitcom writer. It illustrates and explains the many pitfalls in concept, characterisation, plotting and dramatic/comedic writing,which pepper the hundreds of scripts submitted every year. Each point is illustrated with an example of the error and each section contains practical suggestions and exercises for the writer to apply to their own writing. The book makes no assumption of the reader other than an interest in the form. It contains interviews with current producers as well as interviews with successful practioners of the craft.

Marc Blake is a script consultant, writer and teacher of writing for sitcom. In this book he acts as a `script mechanic' for writers - stripping a sitcom down to its component parts, isolating the faults and fixing them. What script editors and producers are looking for are scripts that work. Naturally they want a genius in embryo, but above all they first want to see something that is roadworthy.


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ISBN: 9781408130858
Uitgever: A & C Black
Datum uitgifte: 2011


Dit artikel werd toegevoegd op Monday 17 December, 2012.

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