Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Movie scripts, sides, and scene resources online.

My schedule has been jammed lately - a trip to lovely New York for the Columbia University Film Festival, an audition coming up in 10 days, a movie role that didn't work out - but I have time for a quick post. From time to time I need a scene from a film or a movie script for reference. The sites below have movie scripts, monologues, and/or sides that can be downloaded.

Daily Script
Simply Scripts
IMSDB
Why Insanity - Movie Monologues
Actors Pages - Audition Sides
Script-o-Rama
Screenplays Online 
My Zen
Stage Monologue Archive
John Pallotta Studio New York-Sides Database
Beverly Hills Playhouse Audition Scenes Database
The Monologue Database
Actor Point

4 comments:

  1. Thank you for the tip, Kay!
    I needed to find a good site where to find movie scripts for my own daily acting exercises.
    I hope your audition went well!
    And I hope you had fun at the Columbia Film Festival!
    Talk soon!

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    1. Hi Jay! The Columbia Film Festival was amazing! Incredibly talented filmmakers. More on that later. I've been off the radar for a few weeks. Now I'm back. Starting rehearsals for a paid gig on stage in the Archibald MacLeish play "J.B." Hope you are well.

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  2. How about Princess Bebe?

    http://www.monologuearchive.com/b/benavente_005.html

    Or you can never go wrong with Oscar Wilde:

    http://www.monologuearchive.com/w/wilde_011.html

    Here is the full list: http://www.monologuearchive.com/dramatic_women.html

    Happy Acting, break a leg! From a former Kit Kat Girl & lighting student from Univ. of Maine (30 years ago). Kudos on your new career!!!

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    1. Marie, thanks for the tip! I had a terrific group session last evening with acting coach John Pallotta, who has worked with the divine Meryl Streep. Wish I could afford his undivided attention. Wow! But it has me on the prowl for a new monologue, so your links couldn't be more timely. And you were in Cabaret?! That must have been such fun. I wish I had the kind of pipes for singing, but my voice is drifting somewhere between Coral Browne and Lauren Bacall. Well, we use what we have. What are you doing now?

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