Linda Seger

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Linda Seger
Nationality American
Occupation author, educator, screenwriter, consultant
Years active 1981–present
Known for Making a Good Script Great: A Guide for Writing & Rewriting

Linda Seger is a screenwriting instructor and screenplay consultant, best known for contributions to films like Braindead and Universal Soldier, as well as popular seminars on screenwriting.[1] Seger is the author of several books on the subject of screenwriting, including Making a Good Script Great: A Guide for Writing & Rewriting, Creating Unforgettable Characters: Practical Guide to Character Development in Films, TV Series, Advertisements, Novels and Short Stories and The Art of Adaptation: Turning Fact and Fiction into Film.[2][3]

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Seger began her script consultancy in 1981, basing it on a method she had developed for her doctoral dissertation project.[4][5] Since then, she has consulted on over 2,000 scripts including over 50 produced feature films and over 35 produced television projects.[6]

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