Welcome to SimplyScripts
A database of hundreds of downloadable scripts, movie scripts, screenplays, and transcripts of current, classic and maybe a few soon-to-be-released movies, television, anime, unproduced and radio shows.
A screenwriter's resource.
See below for what is new on the site or click on a script category!
An addict struggles with reality while trying to live a normal life, but what little control he has left starts to slip away.
Like No More Tomorrows, I ended up self-financing & producing this one myself. It had a lot more visual FX and my resources are limited, therefore it’s been a mega long post-production. As it was, Al [Lougher] the director of So Dark ended up doing most of the FX for me in his spare time, for which I am extremely grateful.
Awesome news from Mark Renshaw
I thought I’d share a bit of good news which all started off on Simply Scripts.
Back in 2012, a script found on this website called So Pretty was produced. It was written by our very own James Williams and I helped produce it. A sequel followed called So Dark. Since then, development has slowly continued behind the scenes.
Recently it was repackaged and relaunched on Amazon as a web TV mini TV series in development. In only two months, these two ‘episodes’ have had over 210,000 views and yesterday was given a 100 Stars Award by Amazon.
See the Official FB page for further details.
Blast from the past! Alex Bruchfield was one of the first SimplyScripters from back at the turn of the century. Alex now works for 4th Kind Entertainment out of Dever, CO.
For those of you who are wondering, based on Alex’s early works, Alex reports that…I use proper format now, decent grammar, spellcheck, and I might even write a second draft…
Below is something Alex wrote and directed for the 2016 My Rode Reel Short Film Competition.
A public service announcement from Sonic Solutions, a new age pharmaceutical company whose products consist of Medicinal Mp3s that are pirated and abused by addicts. Here, one such addict is about to find that she may have played with fire one time too many.
Be sure and check out the Behind The Scenes vignette!
Khamanna’s screenplay Never Let Go (short, drama) A 13 year old girl goes too far in attempt to cope with a tragedy was selected to be the 2015 Short Wars Production contest script. It was produced a number of times.
This version by Team Wilmington University was chosen by a live audience as the winning version.
The script was also produced by Del Tech who fell ten points short of Wilmington University.