"I've been a Movie
Master user since [DOS] version one, and
nothing that has come on the market since then has
given me a reason to change programs. Movie Master
does everything I want in a screenwriting program.
I especially like its flexibility in changing
parameters and its versatility in breaking down
scenes and exporing/importing files."
Screenwriter & Playwright Webmaster,
The Screenwriters & Playwrights Home
"Movie Master is
all inclusive, answering any problem which arises.
It is flexible and powerful and self-assured. The
developers actually know what goes into the script
process . . . right down to the wrap. I've used
practically every script application known to man.
When I discovered Movie Master, I knew my quest was
over. I would never type another script without
"I've been using
Movie Master for about seven years. It's the
easiest, fastest, most direct script-writing
program I've encountered. I've urged friends and
clients to simplify their writing lives by
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agree with me. Movie Master is the best (or Movie
Master's a lifesaver)."
Lloyd, Script Services
Writer, Script Consultant
"This season of
`Dave's World', counting first and second drafts,
table drafts, and rewrite nights, represented the
equivalent of more than thirty feature films,
script-wise. Every one was done on Movie Master
without a hitch. New-to-the-software writers picked
it up instantly, as did script coordinators and
rookie writers' assistants. Support was fast and
friendly and smart."
"It is the most
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"Movie Master makes
the pre-Movie Master days seem
Academy Award Winner
"Cheers," "Seinfeld,," "3rd Rock From the
"The only thing
more helpful than Movie Master, which has certainly
been a life saver for this idiot writer, is Tim,
the kind voice of sanity on the other end of the
help-service line. He helps me to remember to plug
in the machine!"
"No other software
compares to Movie Master's flexibility, its
intuitive and practical design and its
understanding of the way a screenwriter's mind
Academy Award Nominee
"Sleepless in Seattle