A movie treatment presents the idea of the film before writing the entire script. It highlights the most important information about the film that came from the book; it includes the title, logline, story summary (that may be presented as three-act movie plot summaries), and character description. Treatments also give authors the chance to condense their story concept so they can pitch it to studio heads or producers who might want to fund the movie.
“Discovering My Royal Heritage While Surviving in Black Skin” by Webster E. Moore received the Book to Hollywood Movie Treatment after the successful movie script coverage that was previously written for the book. Considering the suggestions from the first level of writing a screenplay, the movie treatment shows a compelling narrative, thought-provoking themes, and visually captivating settings while also providing an opportunity to shed light on important historical and cultural aspects often overlooked or marginalized in mainstream storytelling.
Webster E. Moore, the author of the book, earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of California, Los Angeles; a master’s degree in educational psychology from California State University, Northridge; and he enrolled in the doctoral program in sociology at the University of Southern California. He has visited and studied the Egyptian archaeological sites, been initiated into the ancient Ifa religion in Nigeria, been to Tanzania’s Ujamaa Villages, Israel’s Kibbutz, Mexico’s Yucatan Pyramid, and Peru’s Machu Picchu National Sanctuary.
The book “Discovering My Royal Heritage While Surviving in Black Skin” was about Webster E. Moore’s discovery that people with black skin were the first architects, the first astronomers, the first physicians, and the first scientists. He then discovers, after experiencing the constant negation of any history beyond slavery, that the history of people in black skins is the blueprint, the foundation, and the mold from which people in white skins built their history.
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