The Scrippet tool allows you to submit your screenplay entry in plain text and have it converted to proper screenplay format.

To submit your entry, enter your text into the comment field in the scrippets format, so that this:

[scrippet]

INT. HOSPITAL – DAY

TED walks down the hall, clipboard in hand. MARTY catches up to him.

MARTY
I thought you were going home?

TED
When there are sick people who need my help? I’m a better doctor than that. I thought you were too.

CUT TO:

MARTY

in an operating theater, rummaging around inside a patient’s abdomen.

MARTY
(freaked out)
Where the hell’s my watch?

[/scrippet]

…becomes this:

INT. HOSPITAL – DAY

TED walks down the hall, clipboard in hand. MARTY catches up to him.

MARTY

I thought you were going home?

TED

When there are sick people who need my help? I’m a better doctor than that. I thought you were too.

CUT TO:

MARTY

in an operating theater, rummaging around inside a patient’s abdomen.

MARTY

(freaked out)

Where the hell’s my watch?

Note: Your screenplay text must begin with

[scrippet]

and end with

[/scrippet]

And it must have correct line spaces between screenplay elements. Take careful notice of the sample above.

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