A general term for a written work detailing story, setting, and dialogue. A script may take the form of a screenplay, shooting script, lined script, continuity script, or a spec script. A script is often sold for a particular price, which is increased to a second price if the script is produced as a movie. For example, a sale may be described as $100,000 against $250,000 . In this case, the writer is paid $100,000 up front, and another $150,000 when the movie is produced. See also advance.Fictional Movie(s): The Player (1992), Ed Wood (1994)imdbmovieterminology
In computer parlance, a small program within a larger application that performs a set routine of operations, also called a macro or an action.
A script is a character set and associated rules for putting characters together. Latin, arabic, katakana and hanja are all scripts.
Script letters are joined and should not be confused with cursive, which are not connected. Since script is difficult to read, its use should be limited to a few lines at a time. Early script typefaces were developed in the sixteenth century, and were based upon formal cursive handwriting.
A written description of the action, dialogue, and camera placements for a film.
The section of a production s crew responsible for the script of a movie. Consists of writers, script editors, and prompters.