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    Cinergy is more annoying than useful. I don't even think you can undo. Sometimes I can't even run it.


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    I'm very new to screenplay writing. I assumed there is a difference between a flashback and a scene heading, correct? Okay, so if my screenplay have a flashback, do I write the Scene Heading first and then the Flashback heading or do I just write Flashback and not the Scene Heading? What do I do in this case? Will someone give me an example how this is done?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Isaac_Brody View Post

    Copyright:

    U.S. Copyright Office
    http://www.copyright.gov/register/performing.html
    Cost: $45

    Writers Guild of America West
    http://www.wga.org/subpage_register.aspx?id=1183
    Cost: $20

    Writers Guild of America East
    https://www.wgaeast.org/script_reg//#
    Cost: $22

    Note: WGA registration doesn't provide copyright protection. For twenty-five bucks more you can protect your work at the U.S. Copyright Office.
    What is WGA used for if it's not for copyright protection?


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    Quote Originally Posted by NickFiorentino View Post
    What is WGA used for if it's not for copyright protection?
    Registration. Different to copyright but still used in a court of law.

    EJ


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    Here is a big list of books on screenwriting from the nicholls fellowship website

    http://www.oscars.org/nicholl/bibliography.html

    I can't vouch for all of these books, but if someone has read all the classics and is looking for something new, this list would be a good place to start.


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    Quote Originally Posted by myCharlie View Post
    I'm very new to screenplay writing. I assumed there is a difference between a flashback and a scene heading, correct? Okay, so if my screenplay have a flashback, do I write the Scene Heading first and then the Flashback heading or do I just write Flashback and not the Scene Heading? What do I do in this case? Will someone give me an example how this is done?
    Best way to write it would be to put the flashback heading and then the scene heading. For example

    FLASHBACK:
    INT - LIVING ROOM - DAY

    Or something along those lines. That's how I've always done it anyway.


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    What do you submit when you submit a lead?


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    I would add Scrvener and Contour to the software and SAVE THE CAT & SAVE THE CAT goes to the Movies to the books section.
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    I will second Contour - what a great tool it is!


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