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Two Screenplays Bless Their Little Hearts (1984) and Man in a Basket (2003)

The Triptych and the Screenplays

steven price. The Screenplay: Authorship, Theory and Criticism.

Instructions and Artworks: Musical Scores, Theatrical Scripts, Architectural Plans, and Screenplays

Review: Pinter and the Object of Desire: An Approach through the Screenplays

Path to War. Directed by John Frankenheimer; produced by Guy Riedel; screenplay by Daniel Giat. USA. 2002; color; 165 minutes. Distributed by Home Box Office

The Four Feathers. Produced by Paul Feldsher; directed by Shekhar Kapur; screenplay by Hossein Amini and Michael Schiffer. 2002; color; 125 minutes. Distributed by Miramax

The Last Samurai. Directed by Edward Zwick. Screenplay by John Logan, Edward Zwick, and Marshall Herskovitz. 2003; color; 154 minutes. Distributed by Warner Brothers

Elizabeth. Produced by Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, and Alison Owen; directed by Shekhar Kapur; screenplay by Michael Hirst. UK. 1998; color; 122 minutes. Distributor: Polygram

Joan of Arc. Produced by Peter Bray; directed by Christian Duguay; screenplay by Michael Alexander Miller and Ronald Parker. 1999; color; 240 minutes. Distributor: CBS

Markova: Comfort Gay. Produced by Ródolfo Quizon; directed by Gil Portes; screenplay by Clodualdo Del Mundo Jr. 2000; color; 97 minutes. Distributed by Vagrant Films

Conspiracy. Produced by Nick Gillott; directed by Frank Pierson; screenplay by Loring Mandel. 2001; color; running time 96 minutes. Distributed by Home Box Office (HBO)


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The script of a film, comprising dialogue (and/or narration) with instructions for sets and camera positions.

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