Article by Spencer Bryant

Final Draft is a must for a serious screenwriter. It is the number one selling screenwriting software available today. It is highly recommended by such names as Tom Hanks (“Forrest Gump”, “Toy Story”, “Saving Private Ryan”), Ben Stiller (“There’s Something About Mary”, “Night At The Museum”), Alan Ball (“American Beauty”,”Six Feet Under”(TV)), and Stuart Beattie (“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest”, “Pirates of the Caribbean: “Curse of the Black Pearl”) to name a few.Final Draft is a word processor that is designed for writing movies, television dramas and stage plays. It is both a word processor and a screenplay formatting tool. This duo allows writers to focus on the story, and not worry about the formatting or other presentation details.Loaded with unique features, Final Draft offers a powerful tool called “Smart Type” which automatically fills in character names, scene headings, and more. “Panels” which allow for you to view your script, its outline and index cards all at the same time. “Pagination” which automatically formats and paginates to industry standards. The automatic formating is very important, as most agents and producers will toss a script in the trash if it’s not in the standard format.For the beginner, learning to use it can be confusing and a bit overwhelming. And as for any writer, time is priceless, especially if it interferes with one’s creativity. But, the time taken to learn how to work with Final Draft will be well worth it as it will significantly decrease the time it takes to finish a script.They provide a much more clear and hands-on understanding of how to work with the software, so the writer can focus on the writing. All in all, is “the choice” for screenwriting. It’s the professional’s pick. For the serious writer, Final Draft is a must have writing tool and an essential element that can take writing to a whole new level. You can read more reviews here.

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