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    Screenwriting Faq

    Final Draft and Movie Magic Screenwriter are pretty much the industry standards. On which one to use it comes down to personal preference.

    Final Draft:

    Movie Magic Screenwriter:


    Free Software:



    Syd Field: Screenplay

    Robert Mckee: Story

    Christopher Vogler: The Writer’s Journey

    David Trottier: The Screenwriter's Bible

    Denny Flinn: How Not To Write A Screenplay

    Web resources: - Online version of the magazine Creative Screenwriting. Also has a free podcast. Hollywood Creative Directory - A great source for screenwriting contests.

    Online Workshops: - $25 annual fee.

    Free script Links: Free with registration

    Buy scripts:


    U.S. Copyright Office
    Cost: $45

    Writers Guild of America West
    Cost: $20

    Writers Guild of America East
    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.

    Screenwriting Formatting and Supplies:

    Proper Formatting:


    Holepunchers: - Brads, books, and a great resource for anything and everything screenwriting related.

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    Feel free to add resources to this list. I'll add them to the main post.

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    Has to be the most informative website on the process ever. In my humble opinion.
    If I never meet you in this life, let me feel the lack; a glance from your eyes, and my life will be yours.

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    annoying add at the bottom, but very usefull and free!

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    Syd Field Screenwriting Workshop DVD

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    if any one is looking for final draft, let me know, i could get it for you, for free.

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    BBC has an excellent set of FREE macros for Word which includes a toolbar and a windows help file.

    If you have Word 2000 or later, and want a free add-in that makes it easy to work in script format , it's definitely worth checking out.

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    I actually started with scriptware an excellent program. then I thought they stop selling it and went with final draft. final draft is just as good but its the little features that made scriptware cool. gonna get it again.
    Indie Film Producer
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    I'd like to also chime in on Cinergy Script Editor from . It isn't as full featured as Celtx- no spell check or reports, but the features it does have work- unlike Celtx's pagination bugs.

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