Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Documents part 2

Okay, for the four of you who actually read this blog, or maybe just for Lee, I've put a FILES section on my website where you can check out samples of an one-page outline, a treatment, an outline, a synopsis, a series bible (didn't mention that one before) and heck, even a script report. Who loves ya, eh?

11 comments:

Lee said...

Hey, I'm just a masked man, passing through. I travel the internet and help where I'm needed.

Hi-yo, Silver Away!

Grubber said...

Many thanks for those Danny, I have seen most examples except a Bible, so I am looking forward to reading that.

Much appreciated!
cheers
Dave.
PS still smarting over the Ashes!

Andy Coughlan said...

Cool, thanks for these Danny, very useful (and timely).

Andy

slsla said...

thanks Danny. I found yesterdays blog very helpful. And, I've seen ads for Bodies on BBC America starting here (LA) on Thur. per your heads-up I'll be watching.

Chris (UK Scriptwriter) said...

Many thanks Danny, I'm sure these will aid me.

I've read the Mr. & Mrs. Smith treatment before. When the film came out I wasn't that interested. I read the treatment some time later and was then pissed off for missing it. I've now booked it on screenselect :)

Anonymous said...

Hey Danny, what did you base your design of the one page structure on? Cos I've never seen one like that before - it looks more like a readers report. I base mine on one of the 1-pagers that won the 25 words or less and so mine look nothing like yours!

Danny Stack said...

My one-pager design is based on an industry standard, and it's the one we teach at Leeds but you're right, it's not very common or widely used. I'd like to see that 25 words or less one, so if you could let us know where to find that, that would be great.

The Moviequill said...

much appreciated

Maura said...

I think you'll find that there are more than four people reading your blog Danny. :) I recently recommended it to the fortnightly screenwriting/playwriting group I attend in Galway. So the Irish are reading. ;) Thanks for the files too!

Danny Stack said...

Mighty.

By peculiar coincidence, my word verification was 'ogjit', not exactly eejit but raised a smile nonetheless...

screamwriter said...

Lots of great info. Thanks!