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CREATIVE SCREENWRITING

- First and last issue: 1994-2012
- Focuses on all aspects of screenwriting.
- Published by Creative Screenwriting
- Website: www.creativescreenwriting.com

Bimonthly
Magazine
from
Los Angeles
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
7 March 2015

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Mary Anne
Mike
Pierre Greenfield
Scott Matheson
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99 listed issue(s)

Vol 18 # 4
July/August 2011



Vol 18 # 3
May/June 2011



Vol 18 # 2
March/April 2011



Vol 18 # 1
January/February 2011



Vol 17 # 6
November/December 2010



Vol 17 # 5
September/October 2010



Vol 17 # 4
July/August 2010



Vol 17 # 3
May/June 2010



Vol 17 # 2
March/April 2010



Vol 17 # 1
January/February 2010

REWRITING HOLLYWOOD

A Decade in Review
The films and writers that changed moviemaking
over the past ten years.


Creative Screenwriting's TOP 50 FILMS OF THE DECADE - The Reader's List

As voted on by the readers and staff.

Rewriting Hollywood - The Essays
Rewriting Hollywood: An Introduction BY JEFF GOLDSMITH
The Comics Renaissance BY PETER CLINES
The Long, Slow Death of Horror BY PETER CLINES
Political Pushback BY PETER CLINES
Indie Storm Rising BY ADAM STOVALL
Pixar's Risks Pay Off BY DANNY MUNSO
Don't #*%! with the R-Rated Comedy! BY JEFF GOLDSMITH

The Best Writing of 2009

Throwing Out the Book
Screenwriter Gary Whitta found himself working against conventional wisdom, methods and even his own rules of screenwriting when he penned a sci-fi parable about faith called The Book of Eli.
BY PETER CLINES


Niche Markets for Screenwriters

Niche films are seeing their business boom because of recent Hollywood fare and are creating new opportunities for screenwriters.
BY JOHN FOLSOM

Men Growing Up...At Least a Little

Following the runaway success of The Hangover, audiences should
prepare themselves for more tales of men failing to act their age.
BY PAUL DORO



Vol 16 # 6
November/December 2009



Vol 16 # 5
September/October 2009



Vol 16 # 4
July/August 2009

Features
Glorious
Quentin Tarantino's glorious return to the screen is explained by none other than the maestro himself.
BY JEFF GOLDSMITH
Funny Guy
Funny People marks writer-producer-director Judd Apatow's most personal work to date-a feat that he's been striving toward for well over a decade.
BY JEFF GOLDSMITH
In the Public Eye
Screenwriters Ronan Bennett and Ann Biderman, and writer-director Michael Mann each did time with John Dillinger, one of America's most well-known-and well-liked-criminals, to create the script for Public Enemies.
BY PETER CLINES
An American Writer in Bollywood: From Michigan to Mumbai
Supriya Kelkar may be the only American writer ever to go straight from college to writing for Bollywood. Here's what the journey has been like so far.
BY SUPRIYA KELKAR
Did Anyone See the Original?: Direct-to-DVD Horror Sequels to Movies That Didn't Fly
They're a sub-niche of a niche. Because even failed horror films develop a brand identity, their sequels work financially. That makes them a market in which a writer can make a living.
BY PAUL DORO


Vol 16 # 3
May/June 2009



Vol 16 # 2
March/April 2009



Vol 16 # 1
January/February 2009



Vol 15 # 6
November/December 2008



Vol 15 # 5
September/October 2008



Vol 15 # 4
July/August 2008



Vol 15 # 3
May/June 2008



Vol 15 # 2
March/April 2008



Vol 15 # 1
January/February 2008



Special
2007



Vol 14 # 6
November/December 2007



Vol 14 # 5
September/October 2007



Vol 14 # 4
July/August 2007



Vol 14 # 3
May/June 2007



Vol 14 # 2
March/April 2007



Vol 14 # 1
January/February 2007



Vol 13 # 6
November/December 2006



Vol 13 # 5
September/October 2006



Vol 13 # 4
July/August 2006

Analyzing The Script Analysis (article by Jim Cirile); Anatomy Of A Spec Sale (article by David Michael Wharton);Lost Scenes: HEAT (article by Jeff Goldsmith); Listen To The Good Voice (article by Steve Oedekerk); Coming Soon: SNAKES ON A PLANE (by Jeremy Smith); CLERKS II (by Peter N. Chumo); HOW TO EAT FRIED WORMS (by Art Eisner); YOU, ME AND DUPREE (by Nancy Hendrickson); THE DESCENT (by Jeff Goldsmith); THE SCIENCE OF SLEEP (by Jeff Goldsmith); MY SUPER EX-GIRLFRIEND (by Judd Bloch); MONSTER HOUSE (by David Michael Wharton); Landing A TV Series Staff Job (article by Ron Suppa); Implied Contract Implications (article by Steve Ryfle); Laying Down The Law (article by Jim Cirile); Eight Ways To Hook The Reader (article by Karl Iglesias); It's Not Over Till You Say So (article by Catherine Clinch); Irrational Resonance: M. Night Shyamalan (article/interview by David Michael Wharton); Yo, Ho Ho!: Writing PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN (article by Sean Kennelly); A Story That Should Be Told; WORLD TRADE CENTER (article by Yon Motskin); 36 Ways You Can Jump-Start Your Career (article by Catherine Clinch); A Dialogue With Mr. Wilder: interview (by Lew Hunter).


Vol 13 # 3
May/June 2006



Vol 13 # 2
March/April 2006



Vol 13 # 1
January/February 2006



Vol 12 # 6
November/December 2005



Vol 12 # 5
September/October 2005



Vol 12 # 4
July/August 2005



Vol 12 # 3
May/June 2005



Vol 12 # 2
March/April 2005


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