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Screenplay Library

Welcome…
About
How It Works

The Screenplay Library is dedicated to helping professional or aspiring filmmakers who are in need of a script.

 

Here, you can buy access to short screenplays (up to 20 pages long) written by Lee James Broadwood.

 

To preview a script, you can choose to buy a watermarked extract; otherwise, you can buy the script outright and gain the rights to produce it
[please see * and ** below]. 

To preview the scripts in this library, you will need to purchase them for a minor fee of up to 50p. This will give you limited access to the script — you will be able to view a watermarked extract, and you will not yet have the rights to use the script under any circumstances*.

To gain full access to the script, you will have to purchase it at a minor fee of up to £10. Once you have purchased a script, you will be sent an email confirming that you now have the rights to this script**, and you can move on to the production stage. 

Please Note…

All publications listed in the Screenplay Library are the intellectual property of Lee James Broadwood.

* All intellectual property, including screenplays, is protected by UK and International Copyright Law. Screenplays listed here can only be produced if you buy full access and hence gain the rights to produce them. All works produced from these scripts must be credited to Lee James Broadwood. Failure to do so is a violation of the law.

** The scripts in this library remain the property of Lee James Broadwood and will remain available for other buyers this library after your purchase. In this way, you are able to interpret and produce the screenplays you gain the rights for, but you will be their sole proprietor. You will not be able to make any alterations to the script itself without written permission and consent by Lee James Broadwood (you may request this here), and all additional content in the resulting film you produce that does not emanate from the script must be distinguished clearly in writing within the film itself — in pre-title texts or in the credits, for example. 

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me here. 

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