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The primary difference between usage in the terms "screenplay" and "script" is the function of the document. The script the actors use during filming is primarily dialogue with minimal stage direction. This is similar to the 'spec scripts' given to agents and producers to generate interest in the work. The primary focus here is on telling the story, the ...


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It's miss understands. Script is a complete version but screenplay is more importence gave the dialog part of the scene


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They do it for know entities, they would NEVER trust an outsider to do it. 99% of the reject pile, most of it un-read, is from spin-offs of pre-existing movies or shows. They are taking a big financial risk with newcomers; they don’t want what their average trusted minions can produce. In other words If you ARE IN you can as mediocre as you want, but ...


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For this script at least, the numbers correspond to the scenes. Each number in the left margin appears at the beginning of a new location. At a guess, this could simply be to make writing easier for the screenwriter, or perhaps to correspond to clapperboard information. These possible uses are only guesses, however. As seen in @Reed's comments, this is ...


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Number = Scene Screenplays are usually formatted in such a way that one page roughly equates to one minute, and, in a shooting script, the scenes are numbered. Notes on the length of The Battle of Algiers: A According to the French Wikipedia article, there is a French dubbed version of the movie that is 157 minutes long. Finding out when and why the ...


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Normally they are minutes roughly 1 page equals about 1 minute of visual time. But it is not an exact science and here 146 pages translate to 120 minutes.. most likely this is caused by long descriptions which only take a short time time to show rather than tell. that 1 page= 1 minute is truest for talking and some action scenes, still as they are not ...


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Why should the format of movie scripts from different movie making traditions be the same?!? Here is a typical Italian two column movie script: http://www.cinetecadibologna.it/imageserver/lightboxenlarge/files/biblioteca/sceneggiature/donati/photogallery/la%20grande%20caccia.jpg



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