Here’s what we have so far:
This week’s pick: Dailyscript
One thing I should mention is that the places I am highlighting are places currently off the internet, where you can get (mostly free) screenplays and where I have found a lot of my own resources. When I write my screenplays, for example and if I am writing particular scenes, particular characters, I find a great way to learn and get some sort of nuanced direction is to read/refer to a screenplay, a good one in that particular genre. There are other potential sources, internet or otherwise (including some blogs), which I will highlight in next week’s final article on this series, but here are the ones I know that are popular/not so popular. By the way, if anyone out there has any others they would like me to mention, please post it in comments so I can add it next week.
Now, getting back to topic: ‘Daily script’ is a great site and the reason I like it, first of all, is its clean layout and you can immediately search for a specific script you have in mind using the google search. It has movie scripts as well as TV scripts and though it might not have as many as the previous three, it still had enough to motivate me to have a look. It also has some useful links that are worth checking out.
Next week: the final installment in this series. Stay tuned!