The Script Reader offers two types of professional Script Reports, both of which focus on the four pillars of any great screenplay – The “4Cs“: Concept, Character, Conflict and Clarity.
In-Depth Script Report
This Script Report is for Screenplays that range from 30 to 120 pages. If you have written something longer (or shorter), then please get in touch here for a custom price.
My In-Depth Script Report differs greatly from a normal screenplay coverage report. There is no logline and no synopsis – You, the writer, should already have a pretty good handle on both those items.
Instead, the report will focus on the “4Cs“, covering the following areas:
- Spelling and punctuation
- Action description and imagery
- Character Description
- Idea, Plot and Pacing
- Ideas for Future Development
Scene-by-Scene Script Report
A detailed breakdown of every single scene in the screenplay, covering the following areas:
- Scene length
- Characters involved
- Conflict of the scene
- relevance of the scene to the overall story
As with the In-Depth Script Report, the Scene-by-Scene report will primarily focus on the “4Cs”.
Reports range from a minimum of 1,000 words to well over 3,500. Please bear in mind that other script report services might offer similar word counts but almost half of that would be taken up by the synopsis and logline.
When I review your script I will always be honest about what I’ve read – If I feel there are problems, I will tell you so – but will always back up any issues with examples. I am not here to stamp on your dream. I am here to help.
I understand that you have no idea who I am, but my track record is excellent – Please check out my Why use me page for a brief description of who I am, and my Testimonials page for comments by previous clients.
Let’s work together to help you succeed in your writing!