Why Original Screenplays Still Matter by CSUN Professor Eric Edson

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Why Original Screenplays Still Matter by Eric Edson

 

Eric Edson:  A long, long time ago in a land far away, I was a struggling screenwriter and I was cranking out original material (that was my thing).  I mean I wasn’t a pusher and a pounder and a yeller.  The only way I was going to make myself inevitable was to keep writing and keep writing and make myself…(Watch the video on Youtube here).

 

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About Professor Eric Edson:

Eric Edson has written seventeen feature screenplays on assignment. His produced script credits include PASSION’S WEB for Showtime, and he co-wrote and co-executive produced the NBC Movie of the Week LETHAL VOWS starring John Ritter and Marg Helgenberger. Other films include THE ROSE AND THE JACKAL starring Christopher Reeve, THE SOGGY BOTTOM GANG starring Don Johnson, and DIVING IN starring Kristy Swanson. Eric has also written for episodic television.

Professor Edson’s new book “THE STORY SOLUTION: 23 Actions All Great Heroes Must Take,” published by Michael Wiese Productions, uncovers for the first time the 23 Hero Goal Sequences® used in every successful motion picture to create dynamic, three dimensional heroes and link together all plot development from first page to last (Read more here).

 

 

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