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Film Studies Course Guides

This guide highlights relevant library resources for the courses taught in the Film & Media Studies department.

Introduction

Students will learn how to write for TV using professional standards. We will use the show Breaking Bad, considered by many to be the best-produced show in history, as a case study, in order to explore writing, acting, directing, graphics, music composing, cinematography, editing, and other arts/crafts that contribute to a successful show, as well as the architecture of the script: teasers, act breaks, etc.

[IWR, 03/192014]

In the Library's Collections

Introductory reading(s)

Selected book titles

Other library resource(s)

Finding scholarly articles and journals for television writing

You can find articles about writing for television in many publications. These databases listed below are good starting points to find those articles, both popular and scholarly. You can also use the search box at the top of the page.