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Script Magazine gives you all the latest on screenwriting, services and more.
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New Post: INTERVIEW: Dramedy Screenwriter Deborah Pearl Talks Directing, Screenwriting, and ‘Getting Ed Laid’

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New Post: “AND THE EXPERT IS….” – Robert Osborne Talks Oscar

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New Post: Writing the High-Concept Screenplay: The Toughest Job You’ll Ever Love

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New Post: BEHIND THE LINES WITH DR: A Thrilling Change - Change is a part of a writer's life. Doug Richardson bids farewell to his screenwriting blog for a new writing adventure! The post BEHIND THE LINES WITH DR: A Thrilling Change appeared first on Script Magazine.

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New Post: MEET THE READER: Problem ‘Passengers’ - Ray Morton explores the many flaws in the movie, Passengers, coming up with a much more compelling execution plan for the original premise. The post MEET THE READER: Problem ‘Passengers’ appeared first on Script Magazine.

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New Post: Psychological Bios – The Key to Breaking Into TV - Psychotherapist Dr. Donna Dannenfelser shows you how to develop well-thought-out psychological biographies for your characters to get your TV pilot on the air. The post Psychological Bios – The Key to Breaking Into TV appeared first on Script Magazine.

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New Post: GAME PLAN: Making The Move To Los Angeles As A Writer

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New Post: RONA’S REEL TAKE: Tips for a Successful Film Festival Experience, Part 1

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New Post: BEHIND THE LINES WITH DR: The Writer Slump - You're a writer at a Hollywood party and get the cold shoulder. Are you in a writer slump or is your career over? Doug Richardson dishes the truth about showbiz. The post BEHIND THE LINES WITH DR: The Writer Slump appeared first on Script Magazine.

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New Post: 10 Ingredients to Successful Screenwriting: Consistency
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