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Videos: Screenwriter Gives 6-Second Lessons On Vine

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Do you need to master the art of screenwriting FAST, like before surrendering your seat at Starbucks to the guy giving you the stink eye over there? If you have just moments to spare and want to learn how to get your screenplay up on the screen, you may want to check out screenwriter Brian Koppelman's series of 6 second lessons he's offering using Vine.

Koppelman certainly knows a few things about successful scriptwriting; he is the scribe behind "Ocean's Thirteen," "Solitary Man," and "Rounders," and has an IMDB profile chock full of showbiz credits.

We've got four of his lessons here for you, which means it will take you just 24 seconds to glean the savvy shared by Koppelman thus far.

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