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  • Screenplay Formatting Guide

    I saw this in the announcements a while back, but kind of figured, "this is all taken care of by the formatting software now." But then I realized that some of these questions about formatting are often asked in Basics forum (like telephone calls, etc.). At any rate, you might want to look in this "Free Screenplay Formatting Guide," by T.J. Alex - you can find the link in the announcement section at ...

    http://messageboard.donedealpro.com/...ad.php?t=83997

    (Actually, I guess I can pass on the link here as well.)

    http://www.screenreads.com/formatting/
    STANDARD DISCLAIMER: I'm a wannabe, take whatever I write with a huge grain of salt.

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    Re: Screenplay Formatting Guide

    Originally posted by Centos View Post
    I saw this in the announcements a while back, but kind of figured, "this is all taken care of by the formatting software now." But then I realized that some of these questions about formatting are often asked in Basics forum (like telephone calls, etc.). At any rate, you might want to look in this "Free Screenplay Formatting Guide," by T.J. Alex - you can find the link in the announcement section at ...

    http://messageboard.donedealpro.com/...ad.php?t=83997

    (Actually, I guess I can pass on the link here as well.)

    http://www.screenreads.com/formatting/
    Pretty good guide and easy to find stuff when you don't have your copy of "The Screenwriter's Bible" handy.

    Thanks for posting it!
    You know Jill you remind me of my mother. She was the biggest whore in Alameda and the finest woman that ever lived. Whoever my father was, for an hour or for a month, he must have been a happy man.

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      Re: Screenplay Formatting Guide

      Better to spend a few bucks and buy the book he went on to write (based on this): Your Cut To is Showing, available at Amazon. The kindle book is much easier to navigate than his website.

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        Re: Screenplay Formatting Guide

        Originally posted by nativeson View Post
        Better to spend a few bucks and buy the book he went on to write (based on this): Your Cut To is Showing, available at Amazon. The kindle book is much easier to navigate than his website.
        That's how observant I'm not ... I didn't even realize there was a book. Thanks for pointing it out.
        STANDARD DISCLAIMER: I'm a wannabe, take whatever I write with a huge grain of salt.

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