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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 40. Chapters: Film editing, Screenplay, Storyboard, Steenbeck, Post-production, Screenwriting, Machinima: Virtual Filmmaking, Cinematography, Digital storytelling, Participatory video, Cinematic techniques, Film distribution, Robert Patton-Spruill, The Big Pitch, Film Location Services, Microfilmmaking, Western Costume, Post-production hell, Pre-production, Three-act structure, Pakistan New Cinema Movement, Film Music Guild, DVcreators.net, Principal photography, Concert video design, Housekeeping deal, Motion blur: graphic moving imagemakers, Hollywood Script Express, Silhouette rule, City of Film, Charge scenic artist, Film release. Excerpt: Screenwriting is the art and craft of writing scripts for feature films, television productions or video games. It is a freelance profession. Screenwriting is the fourth most powerful profession in Hollywood (behind studio executives, producers, and directors). The act of screenwriting takes many forms across the entertainment industry. Often, multiple writers work on the same script at different stages of development with different tasks. Over the course of a successful career, a screenwriter might be hired to write in a wide variety of roles. Some of the most common forms of screenwriting jobs include: Spec scripts are feature film or television show scripts written on speculation, without the commission of a studio, production company, or network. The spec script is a Hollywood sales tool. The vast majority of scripts written each year are spec scripts, but only a small percentage make it to the screen. A spec script is usually a wholly original work, but can be an adaptation of an existing. In television writing, a spec script is a sample teleplay written to demonstrate the writer's knowledge of a show and ability to imitate its style and conventions. It is submitted to the show's...