The 100 Script Challenge Journal: A Journal for Screenwriters
At a Glance
Reading scripts is a screenwriter's secret weapon! With the 100 Script Challenge Journal, aspiring & experienced screenwriters can keep notes on the scripts they read – detailing all the amazing tricks and skills they learn from every script analyzed. Best of all, the journal notes become a handy reference guide when writing their next script.
From the Author:
"This is a journal I wanted," said the creator behind Everything Journals' The 100 Script Challenge Journal, Ann Kimbrough. "I'm a screenwriter, too, and it's great to use the journal. I pull it out whenever I read a new, produced script. The notes I've added to my journal are turning out to be invaluable! And it's just my notes about how Aaron Sorkin, Tony Gilroy, Nancy Meyers, Alan Ball or any another amazing screenwriter did something in one of their scripts. It's a great reference that I keep next to my computer. It's easy to pull out and read a few pages for inspiration or on how to work a new scene or part of a script. I find myself referring to it quite often when I'm writing."
Not being able to find a journal like The 100 Script Challenge Journal, Kimbrough created exactly what she wanted and brought it to Everything Journals. We couldn't be more happy with the result. It's a MUST HAVE tool for any aspiring screenwriter!
- Date available: 09/05/2016
- Publication date: 09/05/2016
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