Script Writing Freeware and the UTA Joblist: 4.37
Have you seen the new open-source scriptwriting software, CeltX? (that's gotta be pronounced "Celtics", right?)
If you haven't heard of it, and you're one of my fledgling (or heck, even part-time) screenwriter readers, then you gotta check it out because it's arrived-- and it's pretty decent already. The person who tipped me off writes:
So far the only big drawback I've found is that for some reason, it doesn't number pages (it will only if you go to print preview.) Saves in .pdf. Text import-export has been pretty flawless thus far.
I'm linking to the site right here, or it's www.celtx.com if you don't trust me.
Also, I need info on the UTA joblist. No, it's not for me, I'm just trying to be nice. Let's discuss that sought-after list, shall we?
Why is it so hard to get? When did it start? Who do you have to blow to be added? I seem to remember having come close to answers once, only to shirk away for fear of the bright light of truth.
So if anyone wants to share info, a copy of the list, or whateva, I know some fledgling assistants who'd be very grateful.
Also, please note, that Technorati currently has me equal to veteran columnist Army Archerd's blog in terms of their 'authority.' Let's review: Assistant/Atlas and Army Archerd, two famous A/A's, are now on the same plane, according to popular blog search engine Technorati.
Dude, where's my experience compared to this guy?
Oh yeah, in the New Media trenches.
TECHNORATI TAGS: celtx, open source screenwriting software, UTA joblist