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SoCreate Beta is Here!

The wait is over. Private beta trials for SoCreate Screenwriting Software begin now. What does this mean? It’s a new day for screenwriters everywhere. SoCreate Screenwriting Software empowers writers to transform amazing ideas into TV and movie scripts. And what’s better? You don’t need to know a thing to get started. It’s easy enough for kids and powerful enough for pros. SoCreate Screenwriting Software replaces that clunky, uninspired legacy software you’ve been battling for years. Never stare down the blank page again because SoCreate pulls you right into the action. At your desk or on the go ... Continue reading
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Write a Coverage Sample

How to Write a Coverage Sample

As a screenwriter, you're likely familiar with script coverage. Or, maybe it's something new to you, and that's okay too! Many writers receive coverage from either professional services or other writers. Some screenwriters find work providing coverage themselves. Often coverage services want a sample of script coverage from any potential screenwriters they hire. Keep reading to find out how to write a coverage sample! What is Script Coverage? Script coverage is a written report based on a reader's screenplay feedback. You may also hear coverage referred to as "notes," but those terms can often refer ... Continue reading
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  • Victoria Lucia

Plan and Write TikTok Videos

How to Plan and Write TikTok Videos

As a screenwriter or filmmaker, I'm sure you have familiarized yourself with the video content on social media platforms. Have you considered creating content for TikTok? It seems like pretty much everyone else is! Crafting work on a popular social media platform can help get eyes on your brand that you may otherwise struggle to get. Creating work for TikTok means creating something unique for the platform rather than simply repurposing videos you've already made. Writing and filming a TikTok video is not the same as writing and filming a short film or even writing and filming a ... Continue reading
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Screenwriting Internships

Internship Alert! There are SO many more remote opportunities for film industry internships than ever before. Are you looking for internships this fall? If you can earn college credit, there may be an opportunity here for you. SoCreate is not affiliated with the following internship opportunities. Please direct all questions to the email address provided for each internship listing. Do you want to list an internship opportunity? Comment below with your listing and we'll add it to our page with the next update! Continue reading
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Godfather Screenplay PDF Download

Godfather Screenplay PDF Download

"The Godfather" is undoubtedly one of the most famous and revered films of all time! Elevating the gangster movie into an epic tale of family, love, and betrayal, "The Godfather" screenplay is a must-read for screenwriters! Intrigued? Looking to learn more? Well, how about I make you an offer you can't refuse? Get "The Godfather" screenplay PDF download, and keep reading along for my breakdown of the script! Who wrote "The Godfather"? "The Godfather" started as a novel by the American author Mario Puzo. Puzo wrote numerous crime novels about the mafia, short stories, and screenplays ... Continue reading
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  • Victoria Lucia

Set Writing Goals That Stick

How to Set Writing Goals That Stick

I don't know about you, but I often struggle to create writing goals that I can meet in the time I set out to complete them. Sometimes the rush of creativity means I'm writing in bulk for short stretches. This works sometimes, but it can often lead to feeling rushed or stressed out. Setting goals to write in shorter spurts for a longer time can help make your writing time feel more relaxed. Setting achievable goals also makes you feel accomplished and successful when you complete them. Keep reading to find out how to set writing goals that stick! Before setting your goal, take the time to brainstorm ... Continue reading
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The Matrix Script Breakdown

The Matrix Screenplay PDF Download

“The Matrix” was one of the most iconic films of all time! Blending science fiction and action, “The Matrix” screenplay is a must-read for screenwriters interested in either genre! Check out the script located here because today I’m talking all about “The Matrix” and providing you with “The Matrix” script breakdown! Who Wrote “The Matrix”? Sisters Lilly Wachowski & Lana Wachowski wrote and directed “The Matrix.” Following its success, they went on to make more films in “The Matrix” franchise as well as write and direct projects such as “Cloud Atlas,” “Jupiter Ascending,” and “Sense8” ... Continue reading
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Producer Meg LeFauve over a graphic that reads "How to Become a Producer"

Pixar & Marvel’s Meg LeFauve: From Agency to Set Floor, It’s All About Story

A lot goes into making a movie or a television show, and most of it isn’t glamourous. From story development to casting and post-production to marketing, an outsider might argue that most of the process feels very disconnected from the story from which it all began. But not so, says screenwriter, producer, and podcaster Meg LeFauve. And she would know; she’s worked as or with nearly every role you’ll encounter from the beginning to the end of film production. She maintains that the story is at the heart of it all. Meg wrote Pixar’s “Inside Out” and Marvel’s “Captain Marvel,” but she didn’t start in ... Continue reading
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First-Person, Second-Person, and Third-Person Point of View

First-Person, Second-Person, and Third-Person Point of View

In fiction writing, many different points of view can be utilized to tell a story. What exactly are the various points of view? Keep reading as I explore first-person, second-person, and third-person points of view! What is First-Person Point of View? The first-person point of view is when the story is told from one of the character's perspectives, commonly the protagonist or a character closely connected to the protagonist. First-person utilizes the pronouns "I,” "me,” "we," and "us" to tell the story. When the protagonist is telling first-person POV, this is often referred to as "first person central perspective." ... Continue reading
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Filmmaker Jeffrey Crane Graham over a graphic that reads "What Does a Podcast Producer Do?

What Does a Podcast Producer Do? A Day in the Life of Producer Jeffrey Crane Graham

The number of podcasts has exploded over the past decade: Nearly 60 percent of American consumers listen to one or more of the 2 million podcasts available today. And someone’s got to produce all those podcasts! While many novice podcasters do the heavy lifting independently, there are podcast professionals for hire. After all, planning, producing, and promoting a podcast is a time-intensive endeavor. Podcast producers are responsible for pitching show ideas, finding, researching, and booking guests, prepping hosts, recording, editing, publishing each episode, and promoting the show. Sometimes ... Continue reading
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