Am I ready for Screenplay coverage?

If you’ve completed a draft of your script, regardless of whether it’s the first or final draft, then the short answer is, yes, you are ready for screenplay coverage. You could, if you wish, send me the first ten pages of an unfinished script, but I would recommend completing your draft, regardless of which service you decide to use.

It might be a good idea for you to give your screenplay to a couple of family members or friends, whose opinions you trust, before you pay for a Script Report. Try to get them to be as honest as possible. Chances are though, they probably don’t know as much about screenwriting as you do.

When you think that you are ready for Screenplay coverage, the next big question is, who do I use?

Why use me?

Here are just a few reasons why you should work with me on your Script:

I am an optioned screenwriter and have a current option with Noel Clarke and his production company, Unstoppable Entertainment.

Some of the UK’s top agencies have represented me – Independent Talent and 42.

I have attended the UK’s best Script Reading Courses – “Breaking into Script Reading” with the amazing Lucy V. Hay and “Effective Script Reading” with Evan Leighton-Davis at Industrial Scripts.

My track record with previous clients is excellent – See Testimonials.

This is what I love to do: To take your work – your passion – and help make your script the best that it can be.

Is your work safe with me?

Yes, it is. The script and the idea will remain your property and will not be used by myself or passed on to any third party.

How long does it take to receive a Script Report?

Usually, I will send out the script report within 5 working days of receiving your screenplay. There are times when I am extremely busy, but if this is the case, I will let you know before we start working together.