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A scriptwriter is a person who writes scripts for movies, plays, television, comedy shows, political speeches and other presentations. Scriptwriting is notably different from writing novels in its brevity: the average full-length feature movie screenplay is between 95 and 125 pages.

Diplomas in scriptwriting, play writing and play production are offered by various colleges, including the National College of Music and Trinity College of Music




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