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The Last Word - Definitive Answers to All Your Screenwriting Questions - cover

The Last Word - Definitive Answers to All Your Screenwriting Questions

Tom Lazarus

Publisher: Michael Wiese Productions

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A comprehensive, practical resource with over a hundred informative chapters that give the reader screenwriting techniques to raise the level of their writing and the marketability of their scripts.

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