How to write series: Script from the biggest hits of Tv-Sonia Rodrigues
Genre: Arts, humanities and social sciences, Linguistics and communication, engineering and technology
Subgenre: Cinema, radio and TELEVISION, communication, Sociology
Author: Sonia Rodrigues
Publisher: EDITORA ALEPH
Subject: Arts and photography-film-Scripts
Country of production: U.S.A.
Bar code: 9788576571681
Height: 23 cm
Width: 16 cm
Weight: 300 g
Nº of pages: 240
Dramatic TV series have achieved in the last decade a new level of prestige and an unprecedentedly in the history of television. With the level of quality of script and very high production, the TV shows are today, in terms of narrative, the novel was for the 19 century and cinema, for the 20 century. From examples of more than 60 successful series, including Breaking Bad, Sopranos, Homeland, House of Cards and Scandal, Sonia Rodrigues explores the foundations of what is a good script, demonstrating through reverse engineering the details of its construction. With clear language and extensive research, ' how to write ' Series provides readers with tools to understand the building blocks of script writing and teaches about the specifics of the format. Is a book for both professionals and fans of series in General, which, in addition to being able to learn more about your favorite programs are made, may identify the parallels between them all strokes, enriching your viewer experience.