Story Maps: How to Write a Screenplay has received high marks from Script Magazine’s book reviewer, Heather Hale. Here’s some excerpts from the review…
Calvisi uses both contemporary commercial blockbusters and critical successes as well as the old stalwart classics the average reader is sure to be familiar with as examples. This grounds and contemporizes the readers’ communal frame of reference.
His text, of course, mentions many more (titles) (Aliens, Gladiator, Tropic Thunder, etc.). I list these titles because if you’re studying films in the provenance of yours, I find it’s often worth the retail price for the time and effort a third party took to break down your precursor(s), freeing you up to spend time analyzing its relevance to your project.
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