8.31.2011 Literary Design

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8.31.2011 Literary Design - Original Script one that was written directly for the screen - Writer’s Script: (4 Elements) First three controlled by the actor o Character o Dialogue Comes through the voice of the player o Action Pay attention to content of action o Setting - Writer’s Script to the text Script = 1001 people have worked on it - Scripts: o Writer’s o SOMETHING? o Text o Published Singing in the Rain - Writer’s Script is a blue-print, basis before the other 3 o The writer does not write a movie - A Tree Grows in Brooklyn o Betty Smith didn’t write the script, but wrote the story - The audience writes the film because they control the reactions of the film - Producer and Director control the script, not the writer - What a writer gives us: o Title of a Movie Tells you a lot about a movie o Subject What is it about? o Theme Attitude towards the subject o Story/Plot The only way you can access meaning is putting it into story form Humans need stories
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course CTCS 190 taught by Professor Casper during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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