Screenwriting Website of the Week

The Screenwriting Website of the Week is the website Script Magazine’s editor selects once a week as a very helpful and useful website for screenwriters in general. The screenwriting websites are great resources for screenwriters to find more information about screenwriting careers and the craft of screenwriting. The websites Script Magazine recommends are all vetted by the editor as excellent screenwriting resources.


Screenwriting Website of the Week: Craft Truck

Script Magazine is proud to announce Craft Truck as our featured Screenwriting Website of the Week. What is a Craft Truck? It’s the water cooler of a film set. The hub of conversation, gossip and stories, and it’s where you go for a snack. Our Editor, Jeanne Veillette Bowerman, recently was interviewed about her networking...

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Screenwriting Website of the Week: Loglines “R” Us

Loglines can be brutal to write, so why not check out as many loglines as possible to get tips and a feel for what makes one more compelling than another? This week’s Screenwriting Website of the Week is Loglines “R” Us, complete with a logline for its own site: Loglines for film and television...

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Screenwriting Website of the Week: Daily Writing Tips

Script Magazine announces Daily Writing Tips as a chosen site to help you in your writing! Their About Page… Whether you are an attorney, manager or student, writing skills are essential to your success. The rise of the information age – with the proliferation of emails, blogs and social networks – makes the ability...

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Screenwriting Website of the Week: Spec Scout

Unrepped screenwriters have more ways to get noticed than ever before. Spec Scout is one of the new platforms that allows writers to get feedback and exposure. Meet the brains behind Spec Scout: Jason Scoggins (of The Scoggins Report), Tim Lambert, and Greg Gertmenian, both of Abbot Entertainment. We’ll let their “About” page speak for itself:...