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20 Best Comedy Scripts to Read and Download For Free Here are twenty of the best comedy scripts that you can download and read to help make writing a comedy script that much easier. Study these funny scripts and learn how to amp up the funny in your own screenplay. We’ve tried to cater to […]

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High Concept: What It Is and How to Apply It to Your Story Idea Is Deadpool “high concept”? What about Midnight in Paris? Or The Purge? The fact that you can ask ten different writers and get ten different opinions, kind of sums up how confusing the notion of a “high concept” has become. ♦ […]

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How to Write a Script Outline That Will Save You Months of Rewrites Writing a script outline is probably the most important preparatory step you can take as a writer. It can save you from having to go back and fix things in a screenplay that could’ve been fixed much earlier—fundamental things like a basic […]

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How to Format Dialogue in a Screenplay: Top 8 Dialogue Format “Errors” Peppering a spec script with dialogue format errors may not completely derail the reader’s experience, but they definitely don’t help. This is because they tell the reader one of two things: 1. You’re not a very experienced writer and are unaware of how […]

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How Do You Know If Your Script’s Ready to Send Out Into the Industry? You’ve finished a screenplay. But how do you know if your script’s ready to send out? How do you know when it’s “finished”?   Here’s our ultimate 12-point questionnaire to find out whether your script is ready to take on the […]

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How to Hire a Pro Script Doctor at a Fraction of Hollywood Rates If you think you’ve reached a stage with your script where you need some help from a professional screenwriter, hiring one as a script doctor may be a good idea. In Hollywood, studios and production companies spend hundreds of thousands or even […]

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How to Pitch a Movie Idea and Sell Your Script With Style You’ve learned how to write a screenplay. You’ve written a few Grade A spec scripts that have received ringing endorsements from script coverage services or acquaintances who work in the industry. You’ve learned how to sell a screenplay and now, finally, the moment […]

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50 of the Best Screenplays to Read and Download In Every Genre  If you’re looking for the best screenplays to read you’re in the right place. We’ve been strong advocates for the benefits of reading screenplays for a long time as it’s one of the simplest ways to learn how to write. With that in mind, […]

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Protagonist and Antagonist Conflict: Why It’s Between 3 Characters Not 2 When it comes to the protagonist and antagonist in a screenplay, aspiring screenwriters are constantly being told cliches like: ♦  “A strong story is based on the protagonist-antagonist conflict.” ♦  “Your protagonist and antagonist are the two most important characters in the script.” ♦ […]

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The 10 Best Screenwriting Books to Read in 2019 for Aspiring Screenwriters If you’re an aspiring screenwriter with the goal of breaking into the industry, here are the best screenwriting books you should read. The Books on This List… Explain things in a clear, practical, no BS manner (much like our own style) Are maybe […]

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