little - two types of scripts o original: written directly...

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two types of scripts o original: written directly for the screen (e.g. Sunset Blvd.) o adaptation: sourced in another entertainment medium (e.g. Atonement Loose adaptation vs. close adaptation vs. actual script (possible essay?) Is writer author of movie? Yes and No o During “development hell” script is altered o Atonement: how much is the original author credited with the film? Authorship is affected by many factors o Writer is determined by genre-locked into myths, icons o Culture writes movie, in order to sell it you must appeal to culture (going in and going out) o Strong director changes script o Actor can determine writing (e.g. All About Eve change in actress) o Actor Writer Director combo audience can affect writing (e.g. chaplin extended or cut gags depending on audience response what does the writer add to the film? o 1. Setting 2. Characters 3. Dialogue 4. action o Title-establishes meaning of the work o Subject o
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2009 for the course CTCS 18000 taught by Professor Casper during the Fall '09 term at USC.

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