African-American Screenwriters Now by Erich Leon HarrisAfrican-American Screenwriters Now by Erich Leon Harris

African-American Screenwriters Now

byErich Leon Harris

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Hollywood is currently seeing a great influx of young African-American filmmakers who collectively are altering the face of American filmmaking. African-American Screenwriters Now brings together recent interviews with both up-and-coming and established screenwriters, some of whom also work as directors and producers, and paints a vivid picture of the opportunities and obstacles that face today's black filmmakers in Hollywood. These writers discuss their influences, their goals, the birth of stories, the writing process, getting work, and getting films made, alongside their comments on racial barriers and the portrayal of blacks in film.

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Title:African-American Screenwriters NowFormat:PaperbackDimensions:273 pages, 9.04 × 6.04 × 0.82 inPublished:January 1, 2007Publisher:Silman-James PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1879505282

ISBN - 13:9781879505285

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An in-depth examination of the art of screenwriting by successful "black pack" screenwriters, African-American Screenwriters Now includes stories of collaborations with producers and directors and is a fascinating glimpse into the creative process. Robert Townsend, Eric Daniel, Tim Reid, Rusty Cundieff and Carl Franklin talk about subjects such as the writer’s role in the filmmaking process and the challenges facing black filmmakers.