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EXT. CEDARS-SINAI - WIDE - DAY A monolith with alienating foregrounds. A bus pulls in on Beverly. NEIL McCAULEY and a nurse get off. Neil carries a paper bag and wears white pants like a hospital attendant.

GROUNDHOG DAY by Danny Rubin .

FADE IN HIBERNATING GROUNDHOGS A family of groundhogs is nestled together in their burrow sleeping off the end of a long winter. ROLL CREDITS AND THEME MUSIC DISSOLVE TO: EXT.

Casablanca - Script

C A S A B L A N C A Released: 1942 Studio: Warner Bros. Running Time: 102 minutes Director: Michael Curtiz Producers: Hal B. Wallis, Jack L. Warner Screenplay: Julius J. Epstein ...

SCRIPT TO AID TEACHING: AHA BLS FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS

SCRIPT TO AID TEACHING OF: AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers kduncan@unch.unc.edu, 4/1/2011 1 SCRIPT TO AID TEACHING: AHA BLS FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS

Margot at the Wedding

INT. TRAIN CAR - DAY 1 1 A cashier hands a boy, 13, his change across a counter. The boy stuffs the coins in his pocket. He lifts the cardboard tray with two hot dogs, a bag of chips, and two Cokes.

http://projects. nikhilk.net/ScriptSharp

http://projects. nikhilk.net/ScriptSharp Version 0.5.5.0 2 Introduction Table of Contents Introduction ..... 5 What can you build with Script ...

Judd Apatow

EXT. BEN'S HOUSE - DAY BEN STONE, 23, cute in a chunky Jewish guy sort of way, boxes one of his roommates, MARTIN. His other roommates, JAY and JASON fight with broom sticks.

Script format example

Script formatting example p.1 © Australian Script Centre 2004 SCRIPT FORMAT EXAMPLE There are a number of different ways that you can format a theatre script.

iCARLYSPECSCRIPT--iWANNAGOLDMEDAL by BBRENTON

TEASER FADE IN INT. SHAY LIVING ROOM-DAY SPENCER SHAY is sitting in his pajamas in front ofa television that'sblaring. CARLY comes out rubbing her eyes, also in her pajamas.

How to Write a Documentary Script

‘How to Write a Documentary Script’ Page 2 of 52 TABLE OF CONTENTS - INTRODUCTION PAGE 3-4 - WRITING FOR FILM AND WHY DOCUMENTARIES ARE DIF FERENT PAGE 5-7