scripter

scripter

(ˈskrɪptə)
n
1. (Theatre) a person who writes scripts for films, plays, or television dramas
2. (Film) a person who writes scripts for films, plays, or television dramas
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Ultimate Scripter Award: Carlo Lisi , Senior Audit Manager , Audit Analytics , TD Financial Group
The author, a long-time scripter of the Dick Tracy newspaper comic strip, certainly knows his subject and the players, and gives an excellent rendition of the real-life story, while writing a murder mystery as only he can, or his mentor, Mickey Spillane did.
Whether it's in a law or new regulations to inform parents of their rights, we believe parent participation needs to be ongoing," Patty Scripter, the PTA's director of legislation says, "and we need parents to be involved past the petition process.
It pre-integrates high-end developer tools like Node Flow Designer (for IVR nodes creation), Reportika (for self-designing custom reports), Scripter (for campaign creation) and again much more.
Terence Burns, programmer, previously worked as a mission scripter at Ubisoft|Reflections.
While a director has not yet been hired for the picture, the script was originally created by 'Spooks' writer Richard McBrien, before being given a revamp by 'Frost/Nixon' scripter Peter Morgan.
DeAnne Scripter of Newbury Park and Mary Banner of Thousand Oaks, who together hunted for gardening supplies through Sperling's outdoor aisles, said the cool weather has been a blessing.
WRITTEN by ultra-cool scripter Shane Black, this movie has one of the best opening scenes of any action film - an American football player is in the middle of a game when he snaps, pulls out a handgun and shoots his way to the end zone to score a touchdown.
Each scripter writes all the twenty eight arabe characters.
Writer Steven Moffat - tipped to take over from lead scripter Russell T Davies next year - says: "The James Nesbitt story is a total fabrication.