Patterns Of Screen Writing/Bibliography

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  • Byrne, Mark T (1999), Animation: The Art of Layout and Storyboarding, London: Back Bay Books, ISBN 0953573206 


  • Cameron, J. (1992), The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Creativity, New York: Penguin 
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  • Campbell, J., & Moyers, B. (1991), The Power of Myth, Anchor 
  • Campbell, J (2004), The Hero with a Thousand Faces, Princton: Princeton University Press 
  • Haag, Judith H.; Cole, Hillis R. (1989), The Complete Guide to Standard Script Formats Revised edition, CMC Publishers, ISBN 0-929583-00-0 
  • Coleridge, S. T. (1817), Biographia Literaria 


  • Egri, Lajos (1942), The Art of Dramatic Writing: Its Basis in the Creative Interpretation of Human Motives, London: Simon & Schuster, ISBN 0671213326 


  • Syd Field (1979) Screenplay - The Foundations Of Screenwriting New York: Delta.


  • Gamma, E., Helm, R., Johnson, R., & Vlissides, J. (1995). Design patterns: elements of reusable object-oriented software. Addison-Wesley.
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