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Screenplays on the Net

Drew’s Script-O-Rama:
The Daily Script:

Directors / Film Production and News
Directors Guild of America:
Director’s Net:
Festivals and Conferences

American Screenwriter’s Association Conference:
Atlanta Film & Video Festival:
Austin Film Festival:
Chicago Int’l Film Festival:
Los Angeles Film Festival:
New York Film Festival:
Roger Ebert’s Overlooked Filmfest:
San Francisco Film Festival:
Seattle Int’l Film Festival:
Slamdance Film Festival:
Sundance Film Festival:
Tribeca Film Festival:

Online Production Companies

Atom Films:
Corbin Bernsen’s PFW:

Websites and Info for Novelists

The Modern Library’s “100 Best Novels”: Click Here
Time magazine’s “100 Best All-Time Novels”: Click Here
American Library Association:
“Writing A Novel” from Click Here
Unfilmables: A List of the Hardest Novels to Film: Click Here
“100 Best First Lines” from Novels: Click Here
Various Regional Literary Groups & Organizations: Click Here
Drew’s Script-O-Rama:
The Daily Script:

Screenwriting Websites and Free E-Newsletters

International Screenwriters’ Association:
Creative Screenwriting:
New York Screenwriters:
Screenwriters Utopia:
Script Magazine:

Selling Your Script to Top Industry Professionals

Ink Tip:

WGA Script Registration

Writers Guild of America:
Phone: 323-782-4500

Writing Magazines and Publications (Hard Copies)

Creative Screenwriting:
Script Magazine:
Written By (official WGA magazine):

Film and Television Research
Box Office Mojo:
Internet Movie Database:
Museum of TV and Radio:
Copyrighting Scripts Form PA with Instructions
The official government form (PA) used to copyright your script with the Library of Congress:
Hard-to-Find Screenplays
Hollywood Book & Poster: Online:
Phone: 323-465-8764 / E-Mail:
Jeffrey Mehlman: Phone: 212-879-0660
Professional Film and Television Organizations

American Screenwriters / Image Film & Video (Atlanta): Scriptwriters’ Network: Women In Film: Other organizations and groups can be found regionally through Yahoo Groups and other online services.

Screenwriting Software for Professionals

Final Draft:

Screenwriting Events

Screenwriting Expo:
Scriptwriters Showcase:

Television Scripts on the Net
To our knowledge there are no notable sites that have a wide and varied selection of television scripts. We recommend using Yahoo! or Google, typing in the title of the show from which you’re looking to find a script, and pick one of the “fan” sites that offer scripts. Many fan sites have extensive libraries of scripts from the show to which they’re dedicated.
Writing and Fellowship Programs (Film and Television)

Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting:

Box Office Figures

Box Office Mojo – Daily Figures: