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#1 Kristian Engelsen

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Posted 10 May 2011 - 04:18 PM

I see that a lot of the shooting scripts out there are really different to each other. And I understand that there is individual ways of doing it, but I was wondering if there is some sort of a standard stationary or template out there that people could use as a reference in order to make the shooting script more common? What are the standard rules? And do you got any good example of shooting scripts that you could use as reference?
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#2 Brian Drysdale

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Posted 11 May 2011 - 04:20 AM

There are various standard formats depending on who commissioning the production. The best known is the feature film format, which is generally pretty standard in feature films, but there are a number of different formats for television. The stationary varies, in Europe they use A4, but US uses letter size.

There are a number of scriptwriting programs that will format scripts (Final Draft, Movie Magic, Celtx, Scriptware etc) or you could use templates for word - the BBC have some at their writers room.
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