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Mastering Celtx™ by Terry Borst

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Chapter 4. Creating and Editing Production Film Scripts

Chapter 2, “Getting Familiar with Celtx,” looked at the basics of script composition, and Chapter 3, “Project Navigation, Library, Notes, and Media,” examined how you can begin to navigate and annotate your script and include some reference media. All this work is typical in the initial creative process, while you’re finding out if the project: a) is worthy of production, and b) can and should actually be funded (even if it’s out of your own pocket).

But at a certain point (if you’re lucky), your script will receive a “green light” from the funding source(s) and head for production. In some respects, you’ve already started a process known as pre-production, but now you move into pre-production ...

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