How long does it take to write a script?
Long gone are the days of taking six months to a year or more to write a script. The standard contract for a feature assignment will generally give the writer just ten to twelve weeks to finish the first draft, which means you could have less than three months to write a script from beginning to end.
How can I make my script better?
Chunk Your Narration. One way to improve your script quickly is by making it more readable. Do a Pass for Redundancy. There’s very little real estate to work with in a screenplay. Condense, Condense, Condense. A third trick you can do is to condense your wording. Proofread Your Script. Read Your Script Out Loud.
Where can I sell my movie script?
If you want to know how to sell your screenplay online, the Blacklist is as good a place as any to start. The site began as a survey in 2005 when Franklin Leonard surveyed around 100 hundred film industry development execs about their favorite scripts from that year that had not been made.