National Screenwriters Day

National Screenwriters Day

Screenwriters have been around since the dawn of movies. Georges Melies was the first screenwriter to be acknowledged. He wrote the 1902 movie, A Trip to the Moon. Georges Melies, who wrote the 1902 film, A Trip to the Moon, was the first screenwriter to be recognized. Screenwriters collaborate with producers and directors to create films or TV shows that are appealing to viewers. ScreenwritingU established the first National Screenwriters Day in 2016 to recognize the genius and talent of screenwriters. You can show appreciation for your favorite screenwriters by creating some great ideas on National Screenwriters Day. These are some ways you can enjoy National Screenwriters Day. You can write a note of encouragement to young screenwriters, or donate to a scholarship fund to help screenwriters pay their education. It would be great to pick films that have been awarded for screenwriting excellence, such as the Academy Award or Golden Globe Award. You can also host a party with your neighbors, friends, and family to celebrate National Screenwriters Day. Invite your friends to join you for an evening of fun. Have them dress up in their favorite movie character. Red licorice, nachos (with red licorice), Junior Mints, and other snacks are all classic movie-going foods. You can also make cookies with Oscar statues or golden stars. Tales from the Script, a collection of stories about 50 screenwriters by Peter Hanson, is a great place to start.

The event is ongoing.

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