Screenplay Format: Beyond the Basics

In Part 1 (How to Format a Screenplay), we discussed the four main components: scene headings (also known as slug lines), action (also known as scene description, dialogue, and transitions. In Part 2, we’ll go further. Let’s dive in! There will be times when you need even more tools in your formatting toolbox. What if you want to include a voice-over, a montage sequence, or what if a character is speaking another language?
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How to Format a Screenplay

Before you sit down to write your first screenplay, you have to know how a screenplay should look on the page. The best way to familiarize yourself with how to format a screenplay properly (and screenwriting in general) is by reading scripts. Check out websites like The Internet Movie Script Database (don’t let its ‘90s vibe turn you off) and Simply Scripts.
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Watching TV and Movies with Hearing Loss

Everyone loves a good movie, and we’re living in the Second Golden Age of Television. But if you’re d/Deaf or hard of hearing, it can be a struggle to gain equal access to your favorite shows, the latest movies, or the most-talked-about online videos.
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How Technology is Making the UK and the World More Accessible

Technological advances happen every day, and technology has had a huge impact on the lives of people with disabilities. We take a look at how assistive technology is making the UK – and the world – more accessible.
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