from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who writes screenplays.
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- n. One who writes for the screen, who writes drama for film or television; especially a professional who knows the conventions appropriate to such work.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who writes screenplays
Somewhere, a screenwriter is already hard at work on treatment that can only be described as, “Jurassic Park meets The Hot Zone!”
Being a screenwriter is at times extraordinarily gratifying, at times extraordinarily frustrating.
No one would have guessed at the time that this spoof, pitting a bubbly Valley Girl against a clan of vampires (led by the formidable Rutger Hauer), would spawn a cultural phenomenon in screenwriter Joss Whedon's hit TV series, and its multiple spinoffs.
Now, the "Dark Knight" screenwriter is hoping to capitalize on his success with such recent superhero scripts as "The Flash" and "X-Men Origins: Magneto," which he'll also direct.
Well, I should hope so, or else a screenwriter is slacking off on the job.
In this, especially, Benioff's background as a screenwriter is evident.
I called the screenwriter who, just to add to the melting pot aura of this project, is Jewish.
So, Highly Recommended, particularly if you are interested in screenwriter and/or like admiring how clever remakes are crafted.
After half an hour of rancorous battle, Thomas declared Lawson in contempt of Congress and ordered the sergeant at arms to forcibly escort the screenwriter from the chamber. 50
"In the credits, no screenwriter is listed, as if the film were born in the sole, tactile rapport between beings and things, without the necessity of a linguistic construction," writes Jean-Michel Frodon, reviewing Benoît Jacquot's L'Intouchable in Cahiers du cinema.
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