Most of these aren’t usable in actual film projects (unless you need the random shot of a beachfront, fireworks, or a cute dog). And some are just plain odd (like the :10 clip of a cat’s nose). Yet short stock video clips are kind of fun to use as full-sized web site backgrounds. (more…)
Lynda.com is now available at many public libraries in the United States. (more…)
Weir Farm Trust (November-April, Wilton, CT) – Residencies of 2-4 weeks for film, video, and multimedia artists (in addition to visual artists of all types). Organization provides housing, studio, and stipend ($500 per month). (more…)
NOTE 4/13/15 — These jobs have been filled. Please contact disneyinterns.com for more information or to review any additional job postings.
Not every script is free, but scripts are a lot freer than they were 10 years ago. Feel free to send me links to other free script websites. I’m not interested at all in transcripts. Just the originals and shooting scripts. Thanks for keeping it real.
- Book City Script Shop The Book City Script Shop has been the place to go for movie and television scripts for more than 30 years. Buy 3 scripts, get 1 additional script FREE! Buy 5 scripts, get 2 additional scripts FREE! Buy 10 scripts, get 5 additional scripts FREE!
- Movie Scripts Buying Guide If you’re looking for authentic original scripts and memorabilia, read this guide with links to items for sale and bid.
- Script City Script City claims they “have it all.” All scripts are in their original screenplay format. From $10 to $15. Scripts are in either .pdf or print format.
- Script fly movie scripts in their original format, usually ranging from $15 to $25; specials offered for as low as 2.99. Most scripts delivered electronically; some only available in hard copy.