On-Line Script Library

One of the best ways to learn more about the craft of screenwriting is to read scripts. See how other writers communicate images through words and keep the reader turning pages. If you've ever wondered how a particular kind of scene was written, now you can read it for yourself. But how do you find these scripts?

The scripts listed below are brought to you by our Danish friends at SCREENTALK.biz. All of these scripts have been prepared by SCREENTALK in a PDF-format and are in proper screenplay format. Click here to download Adobe Acrobat to view the scripts.

We have arranged the scripts alphabetically. Just click on the script's title to read a brief description of the script and view the script as a PDF file.

A B C
Aliens
American History X
An Officer and a Gentleman
Apocalypse Now
Barton Fink
Bladerunner
Bound
Braveheart

Chinatown
Clockwork Orange, A
Corruptor, The

 

D, E F G, H

Election

Ferris Beuller's Day Off
Fight Club
Frequency

Game, The
Gattaca
G.I. Jane
Good Will Hunting
Heavenly Creatures

I J K, L
It's a Wonderful Life Jerry Maguire LA Confidential
Lethal Weapon
M, N, O P Q, R
M*A*S*H
Manhunter
Matrix, The
Memento
Notting Hill
Patriot, The (1998 Draft)
Patriot, The (1999 Draft)
Pearl Harbor
Pitch Black
Pleasantville
Pretty Woman

Quills
Resident Evil
Ring, The

S T U, V
Schindler's List
Shakespeare in Love
Silence of the Lambs
Sixth Sense, The
Sneakers

Terminator 2
Three Kings

Unforgiven
Usual Suspects, The
W, X, Y, Z    
Witness
Young Frankenstein
   
IMPORTANT NOTE

We are having some temporary problems with our script library. You can read all the scripts, but will need to download them to your computer first. After you have downloaded the script, you will be able to double-click on the script to read it. Here are the directions for Windows and Macintosh users:

Windows users: Right-click on the 'Read Now' link for the script you want to read, and select 'Save As' to save the script to your computer.
Macintosh users: Please click and hold the 'Read Now' link for the script you want to read, and select 'Save this Link As..." to save the script to your computer.

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