Tag Archive: software
Permanent link to this article: http://www.screenplayology.com/2013/02/05/could-validation-board-lead-to-better-screen-stories/
Lately I’ve been thinking about the screenplay as a kind of software and have turned to certain software development processes in search of models for alternative methods of screenplay development (particularly for microbudget features). I see many commonalities between programming and screenwriting (“A computer script is a list of commands that are executed by a …
Permanent link to this article: http://www.screenplayology.com/2013/02/03/should-we-build-movies-like-we-build-houses/
Last August, I blogged about a paper I presented to the University Film and Video Association called, “Teaching the Digital Screenplay and Its Role in Conception and Execution.” In that paper I began to use the term “Screenwriting 2.0” to refer to the application of Web 2.0 principles and processes to the craft of screenwriting.
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