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Chapter 1: Introduction

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 2: Theory

  • Laughter is Always Appropriate
  • Trends in Hollywood Screen Comedy
  • Pop Go the Weasels:
    Pop Cultural References in the Screenplays of Quentin Tarantino
  • A Network To Die For: Twenty Years of Satires of Television
  • The Adaptable Altman
  • Not Just Idle Chitchat: Dialogue in the Screenplays of Stanley Kubrick
  • Son of a Gun: The Uncomfortable Mix of Violence and Humour
  • From Androids to Blade Runners: Adapting Philip K. Dick
  • Wholesale Creativity
  • The Unflinching Comic Gaze of Billy Wilder
  • Film, Dreams and Stolen Pocketwatches
  • The Man Who Wasn't There:
    Narrative Ambiguity in Recent Hollywood Films
  • Chapter 3: Practice

  • Definitely A David Cronenberg Film
  • Quick Fix Voodoo Charm
  • Oblivious To Oblivion
  • Swallowing Childhood's Bitter Pills
  • You've Never Been Kissed Like This Before
  • Dem Bones Dem Bones...
  • Lilies: Beyond Euro-pudding
  • Digital Editing
  • How To Run a Perfect Audition
  • Nailing Down the Ideal Documentary
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