Screenwriting

The Best (Available) Scripts of 2015

2015

The last few years have been great for readers of scripts, and 2015 was not going to be less so. Although a comprehensive library of scripts made public by studios —”free and legal”— can be found at GITS, here’s a selection of the ones I’ve found most interesting, or I look forward to reading most.

In other news, the Black List 2015 and Hit List 2015 have been also recently published: you can check out the chosen scripts, their authors, and loglines in the PDF files linked above.

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Screenwriting

Script Reads from 2014

some best scripts 2014

Since recently, production companies and studios have begun to put up on the Internet the scripts of their already-released films as one more way to create awards buzz. This is fairly new, and also a great advantage for us young writers. Much like last year’s post,  below you’ll find some of the most interesting scripts of 2014, legally available for download.

Click at will. For your consideration, enjoyment, and education.

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Some of the Most Interesting Scripts of 2013

Reading film scripts is always one of the (many) jobs of those who want to end up writing them — although, as The Mystery Exec once said, it’s also good to pick up a book every once in a while. In any case, as we get to the end of the year, here are some of the most interesting (not necessarily “best”) scripts of 2013. You can find a broader selection on Scott Myer’s Go Into The Story.

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