Description - How to Adapt Anything into a Screenplay by Richard Krevolin
Drawing on his own experiences of adaptations and on fourteen years of teaching, Richard Krevolin presents his seven step process for aspiring screenwriters on how to adapt anything - from novels and short stories to newspaper articles and poems - into a screenplay.
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Author Biography - Richard Krevolin
RICHARD KREVOLIN has taught screenwriting at USC Cinema School, Ithaca College, and UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television since 1988. He regularly conducts writers' workshops and screenwriting seminars around the country. A pair of screenplays Krevolin adapted from two of his successful stage plays, King Levine and Lawrence of Suburbia, have been optioned and are in development. His one-man show, Boychik, had lengthy runs at the Santa Monica Playhouse and Off Broadway, and toured the country. Krevolin is also the author of Screenwriting from the Soul.