In this lecture, screenwriter and director Scott Frank illustrates the importance of the opening scene. Scott Frank has written blockbusters such as Get Shorty, Minority Report and The Wolverine.
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Screenwriter & producer Ben Garant at Loyola University New Orleans shares his personal experiences and insights on screenwriting and structuring a typical Hollywood story.
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