Writing a screenplay or movie script is tough. Especially when you're just starting out. Use the wrong font, and you're in trouble. There are guidelines you have to follow before your script will even be considered by industry big-wigs.
If it were easy, coffee shops around the world wouldn't be filled with aspiring writers. They'd be filled with professional writers. Writers whose scripts were making them money. Writers who don't frown at the cost of their $5 latte.
But it's not easy, and one company knows how hard it is to break into this industry. Amazon has recently added a new feature called Amazon Storywriter to its Amazon Studios division.
Amazon Storywriter allows writers to write a screenplay using software that automatically formats as they type. The screenplays are stored in Amazon's cloud, so writers will never lose any of their work. Plus, when the screenplay is finished, it can be submitted directly to the studio.
The best part is that Amazon Storywriter is completely free. While there are other programs out there for authors and screenplay writers, Amazon Storywriter is the first that's connected directly to a studio that's looking to make the next big television series, or movie.