Final Draft (software)

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Final Draft
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Final Draft 8.0 on Windows 7 Ultimate RC1
Final Draft 8.0 on Windows 7 Ultimate RC1
Developer(s) Final Draft, Inc.
Stable release
10.0.6 / January 2018
Operating system Windows, Mac OS
Size 38–42 MB
Available in English
Type Screenwriting software
License Proprietary
Website finaldraft.com

Final Draft is a screenwriting software for writing and formatting screenplays.

History[edit]

Final Draft was co-founded in 1990 by Marc Madnick and Ben Cahan.[1]

In 2013, Final Draft was awarded a Primetime Emmy Engineering Award.

In 2016, Final Draft was acquired by Cast & Crew Entertainment Services.[2][3]

Usage[edit]

The program is a screenwriting software for writing and formatting a screenplay to meet the screenplay submission standards set by theater, television and film industries. The program can also be used to write documents such as stageplays, outlines, treatments, query letters, novels, graphic novels, manuscripts, and basic text documents.

Final Draft's main competitors are Movie Magic Screenwriter, Celtx, and Fade In.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Final Draft Story". 
  2. ^ McNary, Dave. "Screenwriting Software Leader Final Draft Bought by Cast and Crew". Variety. Retrieved 18 March 2016. 
  3. ^ "Screenwriting Software Company Final Draft Gets New Owner". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 18 March 2016. 
  4. ^ "Screenwriting Software Review". Retrieved 8 May 2015. 

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