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40+ Series Bibles That Every TV Script writer Should Read

Are you a TV scriptwriter looking for inspiration and valuable insights to enhance your craft? Dive into our extensive collection of TV series Bibles that are a must-read for every aspiring and seasoned scriptwriter.
Sicario
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GOING DEEPER INSIDE SICARIO

“Nothing will make sense to your American ears and you will doubt everything we will do. But in the end, you will understand.” – Benicio Del Toro’s Alejandro in Sicario.

The opening sequence of Denis Villeneuve’s thriller Sicario serves as a precursor of things to come as idealistic, by-the-books FBI agent Kate Macer (Emily Blunt) finds herself in something entirely different than expected when storming a compound supposedly holding hostages.
Top 5 Places Shorts
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TOP 5 PLACES TO WATCH SHORT FILMS

A short film is one of the best calling cards a writer can have. Not only is it easier to get a short produced, but some would say it’s so much more convenient for someone to watch short films that visually showcases your talent than it is for them to read your feature-length script.
Big Lebowski
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THE ULTIMATE HBO SCRIPT COLLECTION

HBO succeeded by putting screenwriting first. Letting its writers develop their shows with almost full control on the creative side.

HBO took risks and let them play out. Even if they didn’t pay off immediately with ratings, they paid off eventually in the cultural consciousness.
Big Lebowski
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THE BIG LEBOWSKI SCRIPT ANALYSIS

The Coens wrote The Big Lebowski around the same time as Barton Fink. They based the character of The Dude on two people. One was Jeff Dowd, a film producer and political activist who helped the brothers finance Blood Simple. The other was a Vietnam War veteran named Pete Exline.