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Site - scriptmag.com
L.A. | NYC | USA
About Site - Script has been the leading source for information on the craft and business of writing for film and television for over 15 years. With inside information, articles written by working writers and filmmakers, and in-depth interviews, Script is the resource on every scriptwriter's must-read list.
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Site - gointothestory.blcklst.com
About Site - Official Screenwriting Blog of The Blacklist by Scott Myers. Since selling his spec script K-9 in 1987, Scott has written 30 projects for every major Hollywood studio and broadcast network. His film writing credits include K-9 starring Jim Belushi, Alaska starring Vincent Kartheisher, and Trojan War starring Jennifer Love Hewitt.
Site - savethecat.com
Los Angeles, CA
About Site - Save the Cat!® provides writers the resources they need to develop their screenplays and novels based on the best-selling books of screenwriter Blake Snyder. This website offers beat sheets, tips and tactics, informative blogs and guidance for writers - along with sharing the successes of both our teachers and students.
Site - bang2write.com
About Site - Networking and writing craft tips, screenplays and novels. Find writing links and advice here. Lucy V Hay is a script reader/editor and writer living in Exeter, UK. She is represented by Julian Friedmann at Blake Friedmann, London.
Site - blog.writerduet.com
About Site - The best screenwriting software ever. WriterDuet.com is a real-time collaborative screenwriting tool. Just login and start privately writing a script, using our industry-standard formatting and intuitive page layout. Then invite a friend (or two, or three) to collaborate with you. You'll see what lines they're on, and all edits are immediate. Never e-mail someone a script again!
Site - scriptnotes.net
Los Angeles, California, United States
About Site - Screenwriters John August and Craig Mazin discuss screenwriting and related topics in the film and television industry, everything from getting stuff written to the vagaries of copyright and work-for-hire law.