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LEW HUNTER

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Screenwriter LEW HUNTER is a native of Guide Rock, Nebraska, and a graduate of Nebraska Wesleyan. He earned his MA from Northwestern University at the age of 19. He also holds an MA from UCLA and the Doctor of Letters from Nebraska Wesleyan. His screenplay credits include If Tomorrow Comes and a number of movies for television. He worked as an executive for Walt Disney, CBS, and other television networks. In 1979 he joined the screenwriting faculty at the UCLA Film School. He is the author of a highly respected guide to screenwriting called Screenwriting 434, based on the course he taught at UCLA. In 1999 he retired from UCLA to Superior, Nebraska, where he conducts regular screenwriting workshops. For more information, click the "Author Web Site" link below.



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