Posted November 24, 2018 05:04:06 Screenwriting software is a hot topic right now, with studios and publishers increasingly looking to attract and retain writers to their projects.
And while the industry has seen a significant uptick in new titles in recent years, the average length of a screenplay can be a hefty one.
In fact, in 2017 alone, the New York Times reported that the average screenwriter’s screenplay was 723 pages, with a median page count of about 735.
And that doesn’t include the length of the novel or the screenplay itself.
With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of free screenwriting tools that can help screenwriters get paid, and whether they’re cheap or not.
With the help of our friends at the site Scripting Insider, we created a list that includes screenwriting scripts, screenwriting samples, and more free screenwriters scripts.
Read More to give you some ideas on what to expect, as well as a list to get you started.
These scripts can be helpful for both screenwriters and publishers alike, and we’ve rounded up some of the best ones that we think will help.
Let’s get started!