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He dreamed of being a screenwriter. So he built software to make it easier.

Jason Louro says he’s wanted to be a filmmaker since he was 10 years old. In the summer of 2018, he decided it was finally time to sit down and write his own screenplay.

There was only one problem: He didn’t know how, or where, to start.

“I looked online for software to help me plan my screenplay, but nothing fit the bill,” says Louro, a third-year computer science and philosophy major at Northeastern. “So I figured I could play around and try to create the software myself, and I managed to make something I think people could really use.”

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