Educational Software Solutions

  • Intuitive approach based on the simple technique of step-outlining
  • Helps you properly plan your story before writing your script
  • Builds your script scene by scene while referencing Hollywood movies
  • Lets you create characters and develop them as your story progresses
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Benefits for Students, Schools, Colleges & Universities

Movie Outline 3 is ideal for students learning the craft of screenwriting because of its intuitive and structured approach to story development which can easily be tailored into modules for teaching. Our software is already being adopted by schools and universities across North America and Europe and Movie Outline strongly support this through affordable academic pricing for individual licenses and multiple seats for screenwriting labs.

Boston University Adopts Movie Outline 3 For Graduate Screenwriting Program

“The Rewrite” is a new graduate screenwriting course offered this Fall at Boston University's acclaimed screenwriting program, giving thirteen candidates the opportunity to test drive Movie Outline's unique features in order to construct a solid outline for a new feature script and assist in re-drafting an earlier work. The results of using Movie Outline 3 will be reported and published at the end of the term.

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If you're looking for a tool to help you nurture your idea for a movie into an actual shooting script I recommend this program without hesitation.
-- Professor Richard Walter
Chairman of the UCLA Graduate Screenwriting Program
I really like the way Movie Outline focuses on story and structuring and believe that my students will benefit greatly from using it.
-- Professor John Bernstein
Director of the Acclaimed Boston University Screenwriting Program
This is the most complete package I've seen for the screenwriter in one application from outline to final draft. I recommend this program to all scribes from novice to professional.
-- Karl Iglesias
UCLA Instructor, Author "Writing for Emotional Impact"
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