The first international screenwriting E-zine.
As movie buffs you might enjoy reading the
first international screenwriting E-zine, ScreenTalk. It can be found at: http://screentalk.org/ezine.htm
In the premiere issue (40+ pages) you will learn about Andrew Horton's views on working outside Hollywood and the importance of having "An Individual Voice." You'll be
inspired to "Write, Write, Write" after reading Patrick G. Johnston's in-depth interview with Lew Hunter.
In "A Great Villain with a Great Plan" William C. Martell tells you "that what the hero wants from life isn't nearly as important in a movie script as what the villain wants." From the inception
of film, publicity has been the bedrock of success or failure for filmmakers. In "Should Screenwriters Be Stars, Too?" you can
learn how to make your own media splash.
In September this year, Norwegian participants quickly learned the meaning of the "Inciting Incident" first hand as Neill D. Hicks held a two-week seminar: Writing the Thriller and Action-adventure Film in Oslo, Norway. Read more about this
cultural clash in "An Inciting Incident Strikes Oslo" by Angela Amoroso.
Regardless of your background or experience, reading movie scripts will prove to be a useful tool in your development as a more accomplished screenwriter.
In the ScreenTalk Movie Scripts section, you'll find two sub-sections.
The "Movie Script Gallery" contains a comprehensive collection of movie scripts of various genres. All of the listed movie scripts have been gathered from various places on the Internet without infringement of copyright. ScreenTalk has turned them into
PDF-files but has not edited the scripts in any other way.
In the "Movie Script of the Month" section; ScreenTalk will select one produced screenplay to post for your downloadable
enjoyment throughout the month. This month screenplay is SPEED written by Graham Yost.
Together with the ScreenTalk Staff I look forward to bring you many valuable leads and resources in the coming year.
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Thanks again for your interest in ScreenTalk and the ScreenTalk E-zine. I hope you'll use the site often and send me feedback and
suggestions on how I can make sure it serves your needs.
Yours very truly,
ScreenTalk E-zine, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief