Adaptação Literária para Cinema e Televisão

  • El arte de la adaptación: Cómo convertir hechos y ficciones en Películas Linda Seger Ediciones Rialp | 2000 | 304 pág | ISBN: 8432129763
  • Film and Literature : A Comparative Approach to Adaptation Wendell Aycock & Michael Schoenecke, Eds. Texas Tech University Press | | Softcover, 192 pages | ISBN 0896721698.
  • How to Adapt Anything into a Screenplay Richard Krevolin John Wiley & Sons | March 2003 | Softcover, 218 pages | ISBN 0471225452 . How to Adapt Anything into a Screenplay takes you from concept to finished draft. it is a nutsandbolts approach to adaptations. Aspiring and established screenwriters everywhere, take note! This downtoearth guide clearly articulates the craft of adaptation.
  • Principles of Adaptation For Film and Television Ben Brady University of Texas Press | | Softcover | ISBN 292708076. Producer/teacher takes you through the how and the why of adaptation and demonstrates keys to the entire scriptwriting process. Sample script included and an excellent chapter on questions every writer can ask himself about the finished work before submitting it to a producer or director.
  • Screen Adaptation: A Scriptwriting Handbook Kenneth Portnoy ButterworthHeinemann | | Softcover | ISBN 240803493. Screen Adaptation examines the challenge screenwriters face when adapting novels, plays, and short stories for the screen. This book provides practical, usable information on how to find the best plot line for a script, choose key characters, and understand the goals and formats of different genres.
  • The Art of Adaptation: Turning Fact and Fiction into Film Linda Seger Henry Holt & Company | February 1992 | Softcover, 238 pages | ISBN 0805016260. Required reading for anyone interested in transforming novels, plays or truelife stories into screenplays by a master teacher.
  • Adaptations : From Short Story to Big Screen: 35 Great Stories That Have Inspired Great Films Stephanie Harrison. Three Rivers Press | April 26, 2005 | 640 pages | ISBN 1400053145. An Eclectic Collection of Fiction That Inspired Film.
  • Film Adaptation James Naremore. Rutgers University Press | April 2000 | 258 pages | ISBN 0813528143. The essays in this volume, most of which have never before been published, raise fundamental questions about cinema and adaptation; what is the nature of the “literary’ and the “cinematic”? Why do so many of the films described as adaptations seem to derive from canonical literature rather that from other sources? How do the different media affect the ways stories are told?