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Script Proofreading

The One Page Challenge

First Impressions Most people who read scripts for a living (producers, agents, managers, etc.) will agree -- they can usually tell whether or not a script is any good by the end of the first page. "What?! But my script really gets going around page 12!" you might...

Script Notes – July Sale!

A July 4th sale is good, but a month-long July sale is even better. So that's what I'm cooking up this month -- a discount on script notes! Whether you'd like an insightful written critique of your script, or a more interactive verbal critique (or both), you'll get...

Embrace The Grind

Anyone else out there a fan of MMA (mixed martial arts)? No? Doesn't matter, this lesson applies to any professional endeavor -- including screenwriting. So there's this fighter named Benson Henderson. He's got about as much genuine swagger as any human has a right...

Three Dots vs. Two Dashes

Whether I'm providing script notes or I'm proofreading scripts, I often find instances where the writer has used three dots (...) where she should have used two dashes (--), or vice versa. When used at the end of a sentence in scene description, there's a measure...

Final Draft Bug: Search and Replace

The Glitch Suppose you need to change a character name in your script. Simple right? In your screenplay editor of choice you simply execute a Find/Replace (Edit > Find...) for the name. But... If you're using Final Draft, and you happen to have dual dialogue...