scriptwriter n : someone who writes scripts for plays or movies or broadcast dramas
Nounscriptwriter (Plural: scriptwriters)
- A person who writes scripts.
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.http://www.screenwriting.info/03.php
Diplomas in scriptwriting, play writing and play production are offered by various colleges, including the National College of Music and Trinity College of Music
scriptwriter in Danish: Manuskriptforfatter
scriptwriter in Dutch: Scenarioschrijver
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