"Writing Scripts...." reveals what professional script analysts demand from authors writing for film or television. In the highly competitive film and television industry, a script that does not look and feel professional will almost invariably be rejected. This book gives an insider's view of how to best present your concept or script. Guidance covers everything from the script's appearance, to plot, structure, character, dialog, and the innumerable subtle clues that shape analysts' opinions. The book helps insure writers that their scripts will be well received by those making the decisions. Included are sample pages, lists of important organizations, and interviews with established professionals in the industry.