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Film Script Format: How to Write the Blueprint for Your Movie or TV Show

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Willow Polson
Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(87)
Properly-formatted scripts are easier to read, easier to film, and will take your movie-making efforts to the next level. We'll go over the parts of a script, look at some real Hollywood examples, and whiteboard your ideas on the fly.

Class experience

I'm a writer-producer-director who has worked on a number of film and television projects of all budgets and sizes, from $0 to $3 million. Some of my scripts have been finalists or semi-finalists in various competitions, such as Roadmap Writers, CAMERAderie, and "The Seekers" with Stan Lee and MTV. I am also showrunner of "Vintage America with Ginger," "Triune," "Manos: The Debbie Chronicles," and "Hidden Gems," so I understand from the production side of things just how important various script elements are for a real film crew to work with. As a script doctor and editor, I see a lot of formatting problems from other writers, so I'm aware of what the most common format mistakes are.
Highly recommended (but not required) books:
"The Screenwriter's Bible, 7th Edition, A Complete Guide to Writing, Formatting, and Selling Your Script" by Dave Trottier
"Complete Screenwriter's Manual: A Comprehensive Reference of Format and Style" by Bowles, Mangravite, and Zorn

A screenwriting program (optional, some are free):
- Studio Binder
- Final Draft
- Celtx
- Movie Magic Screenwriter
- Writer Duet
- Fade In
- Scrivener
Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(87)
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Hello! I'm excited to share my experience and knowledge about a variety of subjects (such as history, and crafts) but especially filmmaking and writing. Ask me about private tutoring!

I've been on film sets big and small, from two-person... 
Group Class

$15

per class
Meets once
55 min

Completed by 44 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 9-13
3-12 learners per class

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