Card stock covers, sometimes called "cover stock", are the same size as the paper, but with the thickness of a card (65-110
lb. paper weight). They go front and back of the script.
A more professional looking approach involves what some call a "studio cover". This style has the brads going down through a narrow flap that runs along the left side of the front cover, then through the holes in the script. The cover folds back over the top of the brads and across the screenplay. This style tends to be more for Hollywood-to-Hollywood use, agents and managers submitting to producers or talent, for example, hence the nickname.
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