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Proper formatting information needed

Discussion in 'Scripts/ Screenplays' started by Jointron33, May 29, 2012.

  1. Jointron33

    Jointron33 Newbie

    Is there a proper format or "style" to type scripts in?
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  2. AMOG

    AMOG Regular Member

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    Yes. To complex to outline in a post. They write books on it. A Christian Brother wrote this one. There are others.

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  4. TheGuide

    TheGuide Regular Member


    It is best to read a spec script, which is the first one you introduce to agents/producers/actors.

    I'm putting up one on my website that you can download for study in format, narrative and dialogue. There are slight exceptions, and I mean slight. So my outline is to standard. There will be no charge to read it, and feel free to save it and share.

    Go to bigroost.com and click on Feature Screenplays in the navigator section.
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