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Our Guide on How to Format a Script

Please do not think that writing a script just requires making up a dialogue. There is a process to writing a script and has to be followed. Failure to do so can result in the script being completely ignored and that means hours of work having been wasted.

Script Formatting Follow Strict Guidelines

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The margins are unique for the shot headings and the dialogue. Characters have a distinct left margin and the same is true for any of the scenes transitions. Total page length should be no more than 60 lines on a paper that is 8 ½ inches wide by 11 inches long. The font to be used is Courier 12 point. There are also requirements as to where the directions on the page are to be placed. Hyphens are not accepted at the end of any dialogue line. Scene transitions will have one blank line ahead of it and followed by two blank lines afterwards. This is certainly no exercise for someone who is careless or sloppy when it comes to writing. The reason for all of this is to make the dialogue very easy to read and the directions extremely easy to follow. Time on the set is not wasted trying to figure out what needs to be done and that is critically important. Whether it is a film project, television show, or theater production time is money and neither is to be wasted.

We Can Show You How to Format a Script Properly

The formatting rules can be maddening and they have to be followed. It is understandable if you experience some frustration because at heart you are a writer. You are not an editor and setting margins is tedious work. We can show you how it is done and, better still, we can do it for you.

We have a team of professionals who worked on scripts numerous times in the past. They are very familiar with formatting scripts and can do the work for you. This allows you to spend more time on other critical parts of the script process. We can also be of assistance to you in areas such as plot development, dialogue, and character development. We have a number of services that you can use to make your work even better.

Delegate the Work to Professionals

It is a matter of delegating parts of the job to other people. As mentioned before, this allows you to focus your attention on the other areas of the script. You can be assured that the formatting work will be exactly as expected. Our professionals know how to write a movie script or how to be a comic book writer and they can also provide the insights you find instructive and productive as well. You may even discover there are few things you didn’t know beforehand. We respect the need for deadlines in work and we will follow those you require of us. Your script will be formatted and ready for you in the time frame that you have requested.

You shouldn’t have to worry about the tedious work of formatting. We can do that for you and provide advice and guidance on other areas of the script. The finishing touches that we will give you will make sure your script stand out among the others. In a profession where many scripts are simply ignored we have a valuable service that you should capitalize on.

Don’t hesitate! If you don’t know how to format a script, feel free to mail us today!