Format Choose Format Feature Short TV Pilot Web Series Pilot Episode
How will this script be formatted? Feature length? Short film? TV Pilot? etc.
Budget Choose One Blockbuster Independent Shoestring
The estimated amount of money available for the movie's production, including expenses for cast, crew, sets, and special effects.
Genre Choose Genre(s) Action Adventure Animation Biography Comedy Crime Drama Family Fantasy Film Noir History Horror Musical Romance SciFi Sports Thriller War Western
The category or style of the movie, such as action, comedy, romance, thriller, sci-fi, fantasy, drama, or horror.
Age Rating Choose One 13+ 17+ Everyone
The appropriate audience age range for the movie, indicating the level of content suitability.
The chronological order in which events unfold in the movie, following a straightforward narrative progression.
Story Type Choose Type(s) Coming-Of-Age Escape Getaway Hero's Journey Love Triangle Pursuit Redemption Rescue Revenge Rite of Passage Road Trip Set Mission Social Justice Survival
The overarching theme or concept of the movie, such as redemption, coming-of-age, love triangle, heist, mystery, revenge, or survival.
Story Situation Choose Situation(s) Abduction Adultery All Sacrificed For Passion Ambition An Enemy Loved Conflict with a God Crime Pursued by Vengeance Crimes of Love Daring Enterprise Deliverance Disaster Discovery of the Dishonor of a Loved One Enmity of Kin Erroneous Judgement Falling Prey to Cruelty/Misfortune Fatal Imprudence Involuntary Crimes of Love Loss of Loved Ones Madness Mistaken Jealousy Murderous Adultery Necessity of Sacrificing Loved Ones Obstacles to Love Obtaining Pursuit Recovery of a Lost One Remorse Revolt Rivalry of Kin Rivalry of Superior vs Inferior Self-Sacrifice for an Ideal Self-Sacrifice for Kin Slaying of Kin Unrecognized Supplication The Enigma Vengeance Taken for Kin upon Kin
The initial circumstances or conflict that sets the story in motion, providing the foundation for the plot.
Story Conclusion Choose Conclusion(s) Ambiguous Bitter-sweet Happy Sad Surprise Twist Tragic
The resolution or outcome of the story, including the fate of the main characters and the overall message or moral of the movie.
Time Period Choose Time Period Prehistory Ancient History Protohistory Classical Antiquity Post-Classical History Middle Ages Late Middle Ages High Middle Ages Early Middle Ages Alternative History Modern History Early Modern Period Late Modern Period Machine Age (1880-1945) World War I (1914-1918) Age of Oil (after 1901) Interwar Period (1918-1939) Great Depression (1929-WWII) World War II (1939-1945) Atomic Age (after 1945) Post-War Era (1946-1962) The Fifties (1950-1959) Korean War (1950-1953) Vietnam War (1055-1975) Space Age (after 1957) The Sixties (1960-1969) Information Age (1970-Present) The Seventies (1970-1979) The Eighties (1980-1989) The Nineties (1990-1999) The 2000s (2000-2009) The Tens (2010-2019) The 2020s (2020-Present) Contemporary Times Time Travel Alternative Future Near Future Distant Future
The specific historical era or time frame in which the movie is set, such as ancient civilization, medieval times, the Victorian era, World War II, or the future.
Time of Year Choose Time(s) of Year New Year's Day Chinese New Year St. Patrick's Day Valentine's Day President's Day Superbowl SXSW Music Festival Rio De Janeiro Carnival Spring April Fool's Day Thai New Year Coachella Valley Music Festival May Day Cinco De Mayo Memorial Day Mardi Gras Shrove (Pancake) Tuesday Ash Wednesday Good Friday Easter Sunday Glastonbury Canada Day US Independence Day Bastille Day Summer Wimbledon Lollapalooza Burning Man Mexican Independence Day Labor Day Veterans Day Autumn/Fall Oktoberfest Columbus Day Diwali Day of the Dead Festival Halloween Holi Colour Festival Remembrance Day Thanksgiving Christmas Day Winter New Years Eve
The specific season or time of year that the movie takes place.
Locations Choose Location Count Single Couple Few Several Many
The estimated number of locations that will be featured in the production of this movie.
Lead Roles Choose Lead Role(s) Female under 13 Female Teenager Female Young Adult Female Adult Female Middle Aged Female over 45 Male under 13 Male Teenager Male Young Adult Male Adult Male Middle Aged Male over 45
The basic demographic outline for each of the primary characters in the movie.
Hero Type Choose Hero Type(s) Anti-Hero Chosen One Gifted Legendary Ordinary Superhero Underdog Unfortunate
The archetype or characteristics of the main protagonist, such as the reluctant hero, the anti-hero, the chosen one, or the underdog.
Villain Type Choose Type(s) Anti-Villain Authority Figure Beast/Monster Bully Corrupted Criminal Femme/Homme Fatale Machine Mentally Disturbed Mother Nature Pure Evil Supernatural
The archetype or characteristics of the main antagonist, representing the opposition or conflict for the hero.
Stock Character Types Choose Type(s) Absent-minded Professor Bad Boy Battle-Axe Black Knight Boy Next Door Bug-Eyed Monster Cat Lady Comic Relief Contender Crone Damsel in Distress Dark Lady Elderly Martial Arts Master Everyman Fall Guy Farmer's Daughter Femme Fatale Final Girl Gentleman Thief Girl Next Door Hag Harlequin Hooker with a Heart of Gold Hotshot Ingenue Jock Knight-errant Little Green Men Loathly Lady Lovers Mad Scientist Mammy Archetype Manic Pixie Dream Girl Mary Sue Miles Gloriosus Mother's Boy Nerd Noble Savage Outlaw Pantomime Dam Petrushka Princesse Lointain Professor Redshirt Senex Iratus Shrew Sidekick Sinnekins Soubrette Southern Belle Space Nazis Spear Carrier Superhero Supersoldier Supervillain Swashbuckler Tomboy Tortured Artist Town Drunk Tragic Hero Vice Village Idiot Villain Whisky Priest White Hunter Wise Fool Wise Old Man Yokel Youxia
A familiar or stereotypical character often seen in movies, such as the wise mentor, the comic relief, the femme fatale, or the sidekick.
Subculture Choose Subculture(s) Afrofuturism Anarcho-punk Anime fandom BDSM Beat Generation Biker Bills Biopunk Bodybuilding Bohemianism Bosozuku Bro Bronies Cacophony Society Casuals Chongas Cosplayers Cowboy Crusties Cybergoth Cyberpunk Dark Culture Dead Heads Deaf Culture Demoscene Dieselpunk Emo Fandom Freak Scene Furry Fandom Futurism Gamer Gangs Glam Rock Goth Gothic Lolita Greaser Grime Grunge Gutter Punk Hacker Hardcore Punk Hardline Heavy Metal High Culture Hip Hop B-boy Hippie Hipster Industrial Jock Juggalo Juggling Junglist Kpopper/K-pop La Sape Lad Culture Leather Low Culture Maker Culture Mangas Metalcore Military Brat Mod Neo-Victorian Nerd New Romanticism Northern Soul Nudism/Naturism Otaku Otherkin Pachuco Pinup Pokémon Prepper Preppy/Valley Girl Psychedelic Punk Queer Culture Reggare Rave Riot Rivethead Rockabilly Role-Playing Gamers Rude Boy Science Fiction Fandom Scooterboy Scouting Sex Work Skater Skinhead Soulboy Steampunk Stilyaga Straight Edge Swing Kids Swinging Teddy Boy Teenybopper Trekkie Vampire Lifestyle Video Game Culture Warez Scene Zazoe
A distinct group within society that shares unique interests, values, or behaviors, such as a subculture of gamers, musicians, bikers, or hackers.
Moral Affections Choose Affections Accusation Acquittal Approbation Bad Man Condemnation Contempt Dereliction of Duty Detraction Disapprobation Disinterestedness Disrespect Duty Flatterer Flattery Gluttony Good Man Guilt Illegality Impenitence Impurity Innocence Intemperance Judge Knave Legality Penitence Probity Punishment Respect Reward Right Scourge Selfishness Sensulist Temperance Vice Virtue Wrong
The moral values or principles that are explored or emphasized throughout the movie, influencing the characters' actions and decisions.
Equality & Diversity Choose All That Apply Disability Focused Minority Protagonist Race Relations Focused Passes Bechdel Test Minority-Centric LGBTQ+ Focused Disabled Protagonist Intolerance Focused Income Inequality Focused immigration Focused Female Protagonist Female Centric Elderly Protagonist Elderly Focused Diverse Cast
The representation and inclusion of different races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, abilities, or social backgrounds within the movie's cast and themes.
Action Elements Choose Action Element(s) Hand to Hand Combat Physical Stunts Pyrotechnics Vehicular Stunts Weaponry
The exciting or intense sequences involving physical combat, stunts, chases, or explosions that add thrill and excitement to the movie.
Life Topics Choose Topic(s) Birth Childhood Foster Care Childhood Adventure Grad School Puberty Adolescence Middle School / Junior High Bar Mitzvah / Bat Mitzvah Loss of Virginity College / University Life Coming of Age Quarterlife Crisis Pregnancy Parenthood Mid-life Crisis Retirement Home The Elderly Approaching Death Death Near Death Experience Afterlife
The real-life issues, experiences, or challenges that the movie explores, such as love, friendship, family dynamics, personal growth, or overcoming adversity.
Drug Topics Choose Drug Topic(s) Illegal Drugs Legal Drugs Rehabilitation
The portrayal or exploration of themes related to substance abuse, addiction, or the impact of drugs on individuals or society.
Super Powers Choose Super Power(s) Physical or Mental Domination Physics or Reality Manipulation Superpower Interaction Transportation and Travel
The extraordinary abilities or powers possessed by certain characters within the movie.
Special Effects Choose Special Effects Aerial Image Effects Animatronics/Puppets Blue/Green Screen Bullet Time Blood Minor CGI Significant CGI Prosthetics Minor Pyrotechnics Significant Pyrotechnics Other In-Camera Effects Stunt Rigs/Wire Systems Weather Manipulation Other On-Set Effects Other Post Processing Effects Other Practical Effects
The visual or audio effects used to enhance or create spectacular and fantastical elements within the movie.
Relationship Topics Choose All That Apply Abusive Relationship Child Dating Domestic Elderly Bonding Courtship Dating Engagement Mating Meet Market Romance Singles Event Wedding Husband Polyandry Polygamy Polygyny Wife-Open Marriage Affinity Attachment Intimacy Jealousy Limerence Love Passion Sexuality Annulment Breakup Divorce Separation Widowhood Cousin Family Kinship Sibling Boyfriend Cohabitation Friendship (Platonic) Friendship (Romantic) Girlfriend Life Partner Same-Sex Significant Other Bride Hypergamy Infidelity Repression Sexual Activity Transgression Casual Monogamy Concubinage Courtesan Mistress Non-Monogamy Polamory Polyfidelity
The exploration of romantic relationships, friendships, family dynamics, or other interpersonal connections within the movie.
Sports Topics Choose Sport(s) American Football Athletics Badminton Baseball Basketball Boxing Cricket Cycling Field Hockey Football/Soccer Formula 1 Golf Gymnastics Handball Horse Racing Ice Hockey MMA MotoGP Rodeo Rugby Skiing Snooker Swimming Table Tennis Tennis Volleyball Wrestling
The involvement or focus on sports-related activities, competitions, athletes, or the sports industry within the movie.
Write as much detail as possible. ie. Movie title, ideas, breakdowns, character names, etc.