Dying is easy, comedy is hard! So keep your comedy blockbuster alive and well and buy this book. Comedy has always been the backbone of the film business. In an age of sequels and brand-name movies based on established properties, the original comedy screenplay still delivers high profits. Writing the Comedy Blockbuster is amust-have for both aspiring screenwriters and filmmakers. It turns the serious business of comedy writing on its head, helping the writer confidently create tomorrow’s comedy classic.
About the Author
Keith Giglio grew up in New York City in a family that felt like the cast of a Woody Allen movie starring Robert Deniro. His love of film comedy began at an early age. After graduating New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Graduate School of Film and Television, Keith moved to Los Angeles because he didn't want to miss the riots. He began writing with his wife, Juliet, and they sold their first four scripts, thus forcing them to work together. He is a member of the Writers Guild of America and has had 6½ movies produced and many more optioned. In addition to writing and producing, Keith teaches screenwriting at Syracuse University.
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