Screenplay Coverage / Feedback$39 to $99

Impartial and professional screenplay or script coverage provides essential feedback that can be used to improve your screenplay to increase its effectiveness, marketability, and potential to be sold and enjoyed by audiences.

Film treatment coverage — If you have written a film treatment, which is essentially a condensed version of the screenplay, it is in your best interest to receive professional and honest feedback, tips, and advice before writing the full screenplay.

Receive a 1000+ word write up about your treatment for just $49

Feature film screenplay coverage

Receive a 1000+ word write up about your feature film for just $89 + $1 per page over the 120th page in your screenplay

Book to screenplay coverage — Have you already written a book? Are you considering turning it into a screenplay? We will read your entire book, from cover to cover and write a 1000+ word analysis about our professional opinion of the novel’s strength and concerns for turning it into a screenplay. If you have specific considerations for us, just let us know.

$99 + cost of book ($1 per page over 300)

Hour-long TV script coverage — $69

Half-hour television script coverage — $49

Short film coverage — $39 (up to 15 pages)

Movie Screenplay Treatment Writing 

A movie treatment is a detailed, three-act summary of the entire screenplay. It outlines and plots the movie in 8 sequences and 3 acts, which is the industry standard. Finally, it has a log line, which is a concise, 1 to 3 sentence description of the movie premise.

With a screenplay treatment in hand, you can seek investors to potentially fund the screenplay writing.  It will also make writing the full screenplay far more manageable. Most investors will also want to read the full  screenplay. $595

TV Show Treatment 

A TV show treatment tends to be 2 to 3 pages long. With the exception of a reality TV show treatment, which contains summaries for the first  3 and final episodes (potential scenarios), a TV sitcom treatment contains a summary of each of the episodes, main character descriptions, and a logline.


Original Screenwriting — (up to 2 free rounds of revisions). Whether you have just a concept and premise or a detailed outline and rough character descriptions, we can help. We have screenwriting professionals who specialize in each main genre of screenwriting. Costs vary based on research, complexity, potential interviews required, expectations, screenwriter’s experience, and more.

Costs: Averages $40 per page; 10% off for ordering 100 or more pages at a time; 5% off when ordering at least 50 pages at a time.

Novel or Short Story to Screenplay –If you already have a novel or short story and want us to turn it into a screenplay.

Costs: Averages $40 per page; 10% off for ordering 100 or more pages at a time; 5% off when ordering at least 50 pages at a time.


Logline — Although writing a succinct logline that encapsulates your entire screenplay is incredibly important, many screenwriters overlook this part. The logline is the first part of the treatment and it helps the reader to frame everything that comes afterwards. Writing a quality logline will of course require us to first read and understanding the screenplay or treatment.

We will provide at least 5 variations of your logline. You can choose one and if you have any additional input and want it further tweaked, we will revise it at least 2 times for free.



Sizzle Reel

A sizzle reel for an actor can make or break getting a role. An actor’s sizzle reel includes actual examples of their work (not dramatic readings or acting out scenes).  Find examples of your work that made you look good.  Don’t put just anything/everything you’ve ever done in. Make it interesting and a real reflection of your ability.  If you don’t have anything to show, no clips at all, or they aren’t good enough, do an excellent monologue that shows your range.  If you choose to do this, make it a static head shot with no other effects so that you are the focus.  Keep the target audience in mind at all times, and think about how best to show them how good you are.

Screenplay Rewriting/ Script Doctor — For this service, we will read your entire screenplay closely, improve scenes and characters, and rewrite dialogue as needed. There are many levels of rewriting, so we will need further details to provide an exact price quote.

$15 per page on average

Screenplay Formatting

It is essential that your screenplay be properly formatted to accepted industry standards. Even if you have a great script, if it is improperly formatted, potential investors such as directors, producers, and financiers will instantly throw it in the garbage or delete your email.

We will format your screenplay in FinalDraft, the industry standard file type, and ensure the font, indents, spacing, headings, and every other nuance of screenplay formatting is done precisely to commonly accepted and required industry standards. FinalDraft is a $250 program but you can get a read only version for free.

We will then email you the complete, formatted screenplay in 3 separate formats — FinalDraft, MS Word, and PDF.

$1 per page (200 words).

Query Letter
Once you have a completed film treatment, and ideally a completed screenplay, you can go about trying to sell your screenplay. A query letter is a necessary component to this process and it serves as an informative sales letter to potential buyers such as producers, investors, and film makers. It is crucial to get it right since it provides them with the first impression of you and your work. Writing the query letter will of course require reading and understanding the screenplay.


Screenplay Marketing Services
Various marketing services available. Contact for details.

* All writing services have 2 FREE rounds of revisions. After that, revisions and rewrites will be determined on a per project basis.

Just complete the contact form as best you can, call (323) 570-4473, or email