A big part of my day job is writing screenplays for training scenarios. The job is all about taking complex, sometimes technical information, and communicating it through natural dialog and situations and engaging characters to make it more interesting without compromising the critical learning or informational value.
It's challenging and fun, and I'm pretty good at it.
But I'll never need to do one for screenwriting, because this awesome PDF exists over at oscars.org. Thanks, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences!
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