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10 thoughts on “The Hollywood Standard

  1. says:

    This was one of a few instructional non fiction books on my list and it was an invaluable resource in re educating myself about writing screenplays, The guide is easy to get through, laid out well, includes several relevant examples, and perhaps best of all is made to lay flat and is sized perfectly to put your printed pages beside the examples This gives you a great way to compare and contrast, edit your...


  2. says:

    A clear, concise and hugely helpful guide to formatting Nuff said.


  3. says:

    This is exactly what I wanted How to format a screenplay.


  4. says:

    Awesome book for anyone wanting to learn how to write screenplays This is not about story or acts, it s simply about the right formatting.


  5. says:

    More a textbook really Not really meant to be read cover to cover but very handy to have beside your writing desk.Why would anyone need a book about Script Formatting if they own Final Draft It s a question that Christopher Riley has obviously been asked often because he makes a point of addressing it directly in the introduction to this edition of his popular book Standard format is about infinitelythan margins It s knowing when to add a shot heading and when to leave one out It More a textbook really Not really meant to be read cover to cover but very handy to have beside your writing desk.Why would anyone need a book about Script Formatting if they own Final Draft It s a question that Christopher Riley has obviously been asked often because he makes a point of addressing it directly in the introduction to this edition of his popular book Standard format is about infinitelythan margins It s knowing when to add a shot heading and when to leave one out It s knowing how to get out of a POV shot and how to set up a montage It s knowing what to capitalize and how to control pacing and what belongs in parenthetical character direction and whether those automatic cont d s beside dialogue should be turned on or off But perhaps the best sign that this book is really very useful is on where the incredibly successful scriptwriter announc...


  6. says:

    A great guide for screenwriters on formatting and basics It has examples that lay everything out for you as if you re looking at a page of a script, and a handy glossary and index to help you find exactly what you re looking for I d still recommend reading a lot of scripts to see how things are c...


  7. says:

    This book is exactly what every screenwriter needs to have beside his her computer Riley answers almost every question imaginable in here with regard to format People like Fields, Snyder, and McKee put you on the right...


  8. says:

    Perfect guide for the new screenwriter Step by step instructions, real life examples, and a little humor to spice things up Some of the material is slightly dated, but not enough to inhibit the book s usefulness I highly recommend it


  9. says:

    Christopher Riley clearly articulates the formatting standards of Hollywood, while still managing to captivate your interest Both informative and entertaining Don t write your script without first reading this book.


  10. says:

    A definitive guide for screenplay formatting.


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The Hollywood Standard Finally A Script Format Guide That Is Accurate, Complete, Authoritative And Easy To Use, Written By Hollywood S Foremost Authority On Industry Standard Script Formats.

  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • The Hollywood Standard
  • Christopher Riley
  • English
  • 18 June 2017
  • 1932907017

About the Author: Christopher Riley

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