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Script Styles

There are various ways on how you can make your script. Below is list of seven of the most common script formats scriptwriters currently use. Feature Film and Television Movie of the week are two of the most common script formats, which are closely similar to each other. The last five in the list have distinctive attributes. Their unique characteristic sets off the production requirements – the actors’ manner of acting and the entire staff of the production. 

COMMON SCRIPT FORMATS:

1. Feature Film

2. Television Movie of the Week

3. Sitcoms (1 – camera, 3 – camera, film and tape)

4. Stage Plays and Musicals

5. Audio/Visual Scripts/Dual Column

6. Soap Operas/Daytime Television

7. Multimedia

Scriptwriters can propose two ways their work regardless of the format they choose to use in writing their script. Screenwriters base these options on whether they are attempting to market their script or they have already found someone to purchase.

Submission Scripts

A Submission script or Spec Script is a script written by the screenwriter even with the absence of a client or a buyer. He is taking a risk on the possibility that he might actually sell it. The viewpoint for most scriptwriters who are involved on submission scripts is to avoid the course where people work together toward a common end. There are things that they keep in their do and do not list that manifest this philosophy.