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Film Links 

This page is meant to supply resources and answers to popular questions about filmmaking, public speaking and acting. Email us if you have any questions and send us updates on your acting / filmmaking progress. Good Luck!

Updated List of top 100 American movies of all time  and the original according to AFI

Basic acting technique break down:

Basic answer for "How to get an acting agent"


IMSDB :  Popular scripts available for download. Compare the script to the film. Great informative resource.


GO INTO THE STORY is the official blog for The Blacklist, the screenwriting community famous for its annual top ten list of unproduced scripts. One useful feature of Go Into the Story is its bank of downloadable movie scripts.

DREW'S SCRIPT O RAMA Drew has been sharing scripts with curious readers and writers for almost two decades now, and has a vast library from which to choose from. A great benefit of Script-O-Rama is that it holds several drafts of certain movies, an invaluable resource for those who want to see how a Hollywood film evolves in the writing process.

SIMPLY SCRIPTS has a wide, diverse library that also includes plays and non-English screenplays. It’s also constantly updated, providing scripts to current movies such as Interstellar and Foxcatcher.

AWESOMEFILM is another resource with dozens of scripts you can download with a single click, alphabetized for easy searching. If you’re looking for a screenplay to read, this site is, well, awesome.

SCREENPLAYS FOR YOU is a clean, smooth website with hundreds of scripts. You’re more than likely to find something from the genre you need—its library boasts everything from low-key award-winning dramas like Sideways to action blockbusters like Avatar.

THE DAILY SCRIPT offers a ton of screenplays in a very simple, easy-to-navigate layout. It keeps things homey for the typical screenwriter, even using Courier New as its primary font.

THE SCREENPLAY DATABASE is another useful resource with a large choice of scripts to choose from. If you’re interested in a certain type of film, the website also allows you to search its library by genre, to better allow you to window shop and find something you didn’t even know you were looking for.

THE SCRIPT LAB comes in handy if you’re looking for more recent screenplays. Its front page divides its library into the three most recent years of releases, so if there’s something from 2014 you’d like, for instance Birdman or Boyhood, this is the website for you.

MOVIES, SCRIPTS AND SCREENPLAYS gives you exactly what it says, with a long list of manuscripts that you can also directly find with its search function.


Breakdown of all things for screenwriting. Directory of screenplay contests.


To help with pronunciation for actors, PDF file 

Websites for submitting films, shorts and music videos to film festivals


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