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Save the Cat!® Podcast: How Wes Anderson Creates a Unique World in The Grand Budapest Hotel

By on May 1, 2015 in Podcasts, Tools
Ralph Fiennes as M. Gustave at The Grand Budapest Hotel

Ralph Fiennes as M. Gustave at The Grand Budapest Hotel

STC!_PodcastDWes Anderson is a unique storyteller in so many ways, especially as he creates special worlds and the rules that go with them. In this podcast, Master Cat José Silerio and Guy Thompson look at Anderson’s script — as opposed to the finished film — as he introduces the hotel concierge M. Gustave. It’s a perfect Set-up, and also a great lesson why writers shouldn’t just watch films but need to read screenplays, too. You can learn so much from an Anderson script. But before you read… listen up!

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About the Author: José Silerio, a screenwriter who served as Blake Snyder’s Development Director, has been integral to the success of Blake’s workshops and classes as he worked alongside Blake schooling writers in the Cat! method. “José is my right-hand man when it comes to script consultations.”– Blake Snyder, Save the Cat!® Strikes Back – More Trouble for Writers to Get Into… and Out Of. .

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