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Having trouble locating that hard-to-find script?
Established in 1928 shortly after the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was founded, the Margaret Herrick Library is one of the “finest film-related libraries” in the world. Their collection contains over 11,000 screenplays dating from 1910 to the present. The library is open to the public, and you can search the online Motion Picture Scripts Database. Please note that all the scripts are non-circulating, but they can be read on the premises. For location, hours, and more information, visit their site.
The Writers Guild Foundation Library | LA Screenwriter
"I regularly get emails from readers hoping that I have some obscure script or another in my personal collection. I almost never do. But thankfully there is a much better resource available to LA residents than my bookshelf. The Writers Guild Foundation Shavelson-Webb Library is open to the public — you don’t have to be a WGA member to use it — and it has over 25,000 scripts and screenwriting resources on its shelves." Read more at LA Screenwriter.