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Why You Should Always Be Writing a Spec Script

By on January 17, 2014 in Today's Blog

In this video from the last Save the Cat! one-day event, writer Matt Allen shares his experience and advice. Watch Matt, whose credits with partner Caleb Wilson include Four Christmases and Soul Surfer, and learn a key career move.

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  1. Always be writing spec scripts is very true – think of your scripts as arrows in your quiver – would you go into battle with just one arrow?

    Also, write outside your comfort zone – I just finished writing a zombie script even though I do not like zombie movies. Learning to research, study and materialize material helps make you a better writer.

    Thinking about writing a script is not the same as actually writing a script.