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Screenplay, The: A Blend of Film Form and Content: A Blending of Film Form and Film Content by Mehring, Margaret published by Focal Press (1989) Paperback

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Most classes and textbooks about screenwriting don't deal with the frame and the selection and arrangement of visual elements within it-mise-encadre-as a major concern for the screenwriter. Read the first page
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I first heard of this book during a course on Screenplay Writing I attended in City University (London), it was one of the recommended reading. Just to be certain it was just not a dud used to fill curriculum jargon I waited to ask the tutor about it. She said if there was only one to get, it was this one. I just could not put the book down, it distilled the mystery of film language and how film form works as a medium. Please note this is not a book on how to write in terms of style but about film as a medium of art/expression. It takes you on a journey showing the elements of film form. I am not a great reader and was pleasantly surprised how hooked I was considering it is a big book. I wont say it was an easy read but it is the most practical book on screenplay writing I have read!
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