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  • n. A script editor


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  • Rosenberg one of the founders of Triad Artists, whose job is to sell the work so that it becomes property, in a process involving submission to a buyer often supported by a story editor such as Romy Kaufman of Universal.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • A story editor must know the best Internet resources and online librarians such as LexisNexis (for periodicals), Baseline (film credits and talent directory), Bibliofind (hard-to-find or out-of-print books) and IMDb (the Internet Movie Database, a popular Web site particularly useful for credits and other film/video research).

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • After graduating from UCLA with a degree in English literature, Ms. Kaufman entered the entertainment business as an assistant to theatrical producer Carol Shorenstein-Hays, later moved to Guber Peters Entertainment, then became story editor at TriStar Pictures.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition


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