from a Final Draft, Inc. press release
CALABASAS, CA May 11, 2006 Final Draft, Inc., today announced the immediate availability of Final Draft AV 2.5.1, an update to its dedicated multi-column script processor specifically designed for writing commercials, corporate videos, documentaries, presentations, DV shorts, etc. This release includes many improvements to product stability. Current Final Draft AV 2.5 users can download the 2.5.1 update for free. Registered users of previous versions of Final Draft AV may upgrade to Version 2.5.1 for $49.00 (USD). Final Draft AV 2.5.1 is available worldwide for $199.00 (USD). The software includes versions for both Macintosh and Windows.
In other related news, Final Draft AV received Videomaker Magazines 2005 award for Best Production Planning Software.
About Final Draft, Inc.
Final Draft, Inc. was founded in 1991 to develop a scriptwriting program that allows the writer to concentrate on the creative process and not on Hollywood’s stringent formatting rules. Since then, Final Draft has become the Hollywood professional’s choice and the world’s #1-selling scriptwriting program.
Final Draft is the software of choice of such industry giants as Alan Ball, Tom Hanks, Oliver Stone, J.J. Abrams and James Cameron.
Television shows such as "The Sopranos," "Lost," "Entourage" and "Desperate Housewives," feature films such as "Cold Mountain," " Lost in Translation," "The Incredibles," "Sideways," "Batman Begins" and any of the "Lord of the Rings," "Harry Potter" and recent "James Bond" movies are all the results of scripts written with Final Draft.
Final Draft, Inc. is the recipient of the first Script P.I.M.P. Screenwriters Choice Award and the WriteMovies Award for Technical Achievement.
The company’s headquarters is in Calabasas, California. More information about the company and its products is available at www.finaldraft.com.