SCRIPT - SCRIPT/SCREENPLAY Script/screenplay original vs...

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SCRIPT/SCREENPLAY - Script/screenplay – original vs. adaptation (loose vs. strict) 1. Writer’s script – blueprint of all types of the script A visual framework, not a literary work Made up of: o (1) dialogue o (2) characters o (3) action o (4) setting (description of action) 2. Director’s script (text script/shooting script) – designed in all aspects (OST, lighting, editing, etc.)  3. Film text – the film itself 4. Published script – shooting script taken from finished film - A writer is not author of a movie Original writer may  be referred to for original context - Writer writes according to… Specific genre; genre inscribed in story/script Culture – assumptions, values, sensibilities appealing to and understood by audience Director may make changes in script
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o Actors’ personas may affect script; lines may be rewritten Audience’s reaction
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course CTCS 190 taught by Professor Casper during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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