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Synonyms for screenwriter

someone who writes screenplays


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Sally, who wrote the Calder Valley-based BBC hit dramas Happy Valley and Last Tango in Halifax, talked about her life as a screenwriter when she was a guest at The Fleece pub in Ripponden.
When there is a review about the film, it's very rare that the name of the screenwriter appears.
Gray remembers the shift very well because this is what gave birth to the idea that would later be known as "Screenwriter Services," one of the first comprehensive script packaging services in Hollywood for screenwriters.
50 an hour at the store in Battersea, West London, but after work as a bit part actress she is now one of Steven Spielberg's top screenwriters.
The screenwriter is very much at the beck and call of studio executives--even if they know nothing about film, their comments can often significantly transform the way in which a screenplay appears on screen.
New Delhi, Dec 19 (ANI): Two famous female screenwriters of Chinese film industry are annoyed with a director for not giving them credit in his latest film.
Hours of work vary, depending on the relationship between the screenwriter and broadcaster/producer, and the writer's own personal aspirations.
African-American screenwriter Paris Qualles won for writing this year's ABC-TV version of the play "A Raisin of the Sun.
I'm no screenwriter, but wouldn't it have been better if the gang was making a movie with some real artistic potential that got perverted by statue lust?
In conducting her interviews, McCreadie seems to have found a good balance between delving into each screenwriter's individual journey toward success and asking questions that focus on the book's core issues: Why are there so few women screenwriters working in the United States today?
The author, Warren Dunford, attempted a career as a screenwriter before switching to novel writing, and it shows.
The screenwriter of that film gave us a young Shakespeare with boundless energy, chasing fame, falling in love.
I will have done all this and much more in order to deliver to you, dear reader, the essence, the core, the man behind the man behind the curtain, the shriveled little homunculus piloting with mischievous glee screenwriter Charlie Kaufman's fat, balding, shamefully inadequate body--that bad marionette, that leaking bag of bones and flesh who once wrote something hailed as "startlingly original" (1999's Being John Malkovich) but whose cremaster has apparently reeled his creative balls so far into his body cavity that he is, pre sently, choking on them.
One Welsh screenwriter who has benefited from the Moonstone Screenwriters' Lab is Tracey Spottiswoode, winner of the Cyfle/Skillset sponsored Best Newcomer Award at the BAFTA Cymru Awards this year.
If anyone could take on James's fortress of a novel and make it into a penetrable movie, it is director James Ivory, producer Ismail Merchant, and screenwriter Ruth Prawer Jhabvala.