A film script - either original or one based on material published previously in another form, such as a television docudrama based on a nonfiction book or a movie thriller based on a suspense novel. ( compare to: teleplay)
A screenplay or script is a blueprint for producing a motion picture. It can be adapted from a previous work such as a novel, play or short story, or it may be an original work in and of itself. A screenplay differs from a script in that it is more specifically targeted at the visual, narrative arts, such as film and television, whereas a script can involve a blueprint of "what happens" in a comic, an advertisement, a theatrical play and other "blueprinted" creations.
Screenplay, is a 1984 gay pornographic film directed by Steve Scott, staring Lee Ryder. Lee Ryder plays a drifter who wanders into the shooting of a porn film, shot on location at the Lost World Resort in Palm Springs.
Screenplay lets you write your screenplays in a simple minimalistic language--take care of the content, and screenplay will do the formatting for you. You can easily tell how your screenplay should be formatted within the screenplay itself.