Fast Script Coverage - Short Form Without Synopsis
This script coverage service provides a fast, short form script coverage report, without the synopsis. Our script coverage report is is especially created for writers and filmmakers who simply want a script coverage report that gives them more overall comments in lieu of a synopsis. Turnaround time is 5 business days.
If you seriously want to find out whether the script you have is ready to be shown to a producer or slated for production, consider using our script coverage service. We provide extremely helpful script comments in our coverage. The comments section of our script coverage report will cover the overall pros and cons of your story. What you will be getting out of the script coverage is a truthful and professional opinion. If the script suffers from a weak plot or underwritten characters, we will let you know in the comments section of the coverage report.
If you are a new screenwriter seeking representation from a literary agent, don't blindly pitch your script without first getting award-winning script coverage service from us. We will give you an honest, professional opinion of your script. You will know whether your script needs a rewrite or not.
We are also the go-to place for producers and directors from the industry to submit scripts -- that they have written -- to discreetly get an honest opinion on their scripts. If you want to get ahead of your competition and make better movies, get candid script coverage from us. We are the only script coverage company to win Corporate America's Boardroom Elite Award for "Script Consultants of the Year" and "Best Screenplay Editing Services."
We work with clients worldwide. If you are an indie filmmaker planning to pitch your script to film investors to get funding, don't hastily put together a lookbook to sway film investors to fund your script project without first knowing if your script needs another round of rewriting.
Investing in a film costs investors millions of dollars. Let our script readers analyze your script(s) first and save your investors the agony of spending tens of millions of dollars making a film that ends up being a box-office flop. No amount of special effects on the movie screen can hold the audience's attention longer than a well-told story. So, get your script analyzed with us and find out if your script needs additional rewriting before you pitch it to literary agents, producers, or investors. We will give you unfettered script feedback -- just the way it is in the film/TV industry.
Our script readers have written coverage for reputable literary agents and producers. If your script has a meandering storyline, we will bring it to your attention. Do know that getting script coverage is different from getting script notes, also known as story development notes. If you want 3-5 pages of scene-specific detailed notes that point out every major issue in your script to help you with your rewrite, get Script Notes service from us.
If you just want a quick 1-3 pages of overall comments on your script, get our script coverage report. This script coverage service is for those who are thick-skinned and willing to know the truth. As a writer, if you don't want to know the truth about your script, you are denying yourself a chance to become a better screenwriter. Only by knowing the main weaknesses in your script will you be able to dramatically improve yourself and crush your competition.
Please be advised that script coverage is not the same as script notes service. If you need in-depth feedback to help you brainstorm and do another round of script rewriting, be sure to visit our script notes page.
What's included in the coverage report?
- Rating Grid & Logline
- Overall Comments: 1.5-3 pages
- Rating Scale of Pass, Consider, or Recommend
Email Your Script as a PDF Adobe Acrobat File To: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will send you a confirmation email once your script has been scheduled for coverage.
Some of the areas that we will focus on when analyzing your script:
- Does the story meander?
- Do the characters serve the plot?
- Do the scenes logically connect?
- Are there ambiguous or confusing dialogue and narratives?
- Are there many filler dialogue in the script?
- Does the story come to a satisfying conclusion?