from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who writes copy to be used by an announcer, performer, or director in a film or broadcast.
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- n. A person who writes scripts.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who writes scripts for plays or movies or broadcast dramas
Now, I don't know if she ever followed up; I'd like to think that she did and is now a big-name scriptwriter making big bucks; but what this story illustrates to me is the culture that it the media-biz down in LaLaLand, which is to say, passing weird.
Disc one includes an audio commentary for episode 5, featuring Todd Haberkorn (Dub ADR director & voice of Allen) and Luci Christan (voice of Lenalee and dub scriptwriter), while disc two has the obligatory creditless opening and closing sequences.
"It makes you want to call the scriptwriter's mother to suggest that she have her son examined," she said.
Voters such as scriptwriter Fernando Orduna, 58, took part in a national movement that urged people to annul their votes or deface ballots to protest the largely government-funded political parties that have done little to break Mexico out of the doldrums.
Observers have been skeptical of the 16-member council, which is a "dream team" of academics, politicians from the stricken areas, a scriptwriter and even a Buddhist monk.
It's a lost art and it's a shame because when you have a scriptwriter and director along with others, you have the opportunity to collaborate and ask what the director wants for a particular scene, for instance.
The 48-year-old actor and film-and-television scriptwriter says that by the end, he could no longer stand.
This is a good, comprehensive post, and it should be seen by everyone like the gardener and scriptwriter who wonders how the process works. on 22 Jul 2009 at 8: 02 pm Ben
When I started writing, I had dreams of being a novelist, a short story writer, a poet, an essayist, a playwright, and a scriptwriter.
He then worked as a scriptwriter including time working for Channel 5's now defunct soap Family Affairs.
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