aka "Sc(r)ipt"
Bimonthly Magazine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1996-2011
- For screenwriters.
- Information on scripts, movie industry, film festivals, contests, and new technology.
- Was called SC(R)IPT before January 2007.
- 60 pages.
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There are 91 issues listed in the database

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CONTENTS: 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 GALLERIES: 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 All

Issue 90
November/December 2011

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September/October 2011

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July/August 2011

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May/June 2011

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March/April 2011

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January/February 2011

Issue 84
November/December 2010
The Top-10 Scriptwriters of the Decade
by Bob Verini
Script looks back at the 2000s and names the most influential scribes of the decade. From Quentin Tarantino to Christopher Nolan, find out who made the cut and why.

Interview: The Next Three Days With Paul Haggis
by David S. Cohen
In The Next Three Days, veteran writer-director Paul Haggis remakes a French caper film, darkens it up, and turns the conventions of the prison-break movie upside down.

Writers on Writing: Conviction
by Pamela Gray
Screenwriter Pamela Gray struggled with the true story of Betty Ann Waters' fight to vindicate her brother Kenny, who was wrongly accused of murder in 1980. Gray's eight-year journey from script to screen involved thousands of Post-its, close interaction with director Tony Goldwyn, and a unique approach to structure that essentially melded four movies into one.

Writing 127 Hours: An Interview With Danny Boyle & Simon Beaufoy
by Ray Morton with additional reporting by Joshua Stecker
In May 2003, amateur mountain climber Aron Ralston was hiking alone in Utah's remote Blue John Canyon when a large boulder tipped, crushing his right forearm against the canyon's wall. Five days later-out of food and water and facing certain death-Ralston finally saved himself by using the dull blade of a cheap multi-tool knife to saw off his own arm. Danny Boyle and Simon Beaufoy (Slumdog Millionaire) took on this heartrending story of survival and the challenge of writing a script where the protagonist spends much of his time immobile.

Beyond the Page: Grape Expectations With Robert Mark Kamen
by Peter Hanson
In this first in a series of articles about what screenwriters do when they're not writing, Script visits Robert Mark Kamen's vineyard to discuss his intoxicating form of personal expression-winemaking.

Mo' Money, Mo' Problems
by Jim Cirile
Scribes everywhere dream about the six-figure spec sale, but how much of that money do you bank, and how do you survive until
the next sale comes along? Here's how to keep from going broke as a successful writer.

Interview With Megamind's Brent Simons & Alan Schoolcraft
by Joshua Stecker
Writing partners Brent Simons and Alan Schoolcraft discuss how their spec Megamind went from long-distance collaboration to
finished script, from writing sample to sale, from live-action to DreamWorks Animation, and what they learned along the way.

Making Magic: Wizards of Waverly Place
by Zack Gutin
Script steps inside the writers room with the Emmy®-winning staff of Wizards of Waverly Place to learn the secrets of making Disney magic.

Scenes We Missed, Part Two
by John Buchanan
The popular article on the realities of scene omissions is back with a look at Point Break, Patriot Games, Under Suspicion, and Mr. & Mrs. Smith. Learn what scenes were cut and how the screenwriters feel the edits affected the final film.

Holiday Shopping for the Screenwriter You Love
by Jenna Milly
Show the scriptwriters in your life how special they are with the gift that touches their hearts and supports their craft. Get the can't-miss list of gifts for every writer on your list, from the novice to the pro.

Script Secrets: Distinctive Dialogue
by William Martell
One of the most common problems with screenplays is you can't tell one character from another when they talk. Fix this script-killing flaw with tips and tricks from veteran scribe William Martell.

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November/December 2009

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November/December 2008

October 2008

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November/December 2007

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November/December 2005

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Issue 52
July/August 2005

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