This semester, I will be using Screenplayology as the “textbook” for two sections of FIL2107 – Script Analysis at the University of Central Florida, and I want to welcome all of those students now.
This site is still in its early stages, so student feedback is encouraged and welcome. As you read, I invite you to jot down notes about any challenges you encounter, typos or other problems, as well as any suggestions you have for improvement.
Don’t forget that the site has a length glossary if you want to narrow in on the definition of a particular term you come across, and if you happen upon a term that doesn’t appear in the glossary that you feel should be included, suggest that as well.
More than anything, I hope each student will find this site to be a valuable and informative resource as we survey the history, theory, and practice of screenwriting and script reading, and I look forward to discussing this information with you in class.
Here’s to a productive semester!
Andrew Kenneth Gay, Instructor