Susan B. Flanagan our EP and Emmy® Award Winning Writer

Our team is led by our Emmy Award Winning Writer, Award Winning Executive Producer and Best-Selling Author...

Susan B. Flanagan

 

 

BSI Films  is led by our Emmy® Award Winning Writer, Award Winning Producer and Show-runner Susan B. Flanagan

 

When Is A Script Polish Necessary and What Does It Include:

Cost of a Script Polish Starts at $895 and up U.S. dollars 

 

 

  • A Script Polish Is Needed Prior To Submitting To Investors, Studios, and Broadcast Executives.

  • Our Script Polished includes an evaluation, analysis, and edit to ensure what is written meets both the vision of the writer and business needs of the party it's being submitted to.

  • Our process follows the same guidelines and standards major studio and broadcast clients requires Susan to adhere to when asked to Polish a script prior to executives approving funding or sending it to series. 

Our Emmy® Award Winning Writer and Executive Producer Susan B. Flanagan  performs all Script Rewrites. Susan uses the same guidelines and standards our clients (investors, major studios, cable stations and networks) ask we follow, prior to them approving a script for funding or sending a script to series. When Susan is asked to rewrite a script, it includes a thorough beginning to end analysis, edit and rewrite of the script based on the concept, genre and your vision.

 
 
  • Cost for a Script Coverage Report is $395.00

  • Click here to submit your Payment, Script and time to speak with our EP Susan Flanagan

 

Our Script Coverage Reports for independents … use the same guidelines for meeting production and broadcast standards major studios and networks ask we follow when preparing their reports. In addition to a complete edit of the format and spelling, there is an evaluation of the dialogue, structure and flow of the story-line along with an analysis of what is written to determine if it reflects your creative vision and conforms to standards investors and broadcast executives want to see.

Our Lead Executive Producer, Emmy® Award Winning Writer and Executive Producer Susan B. Flanagan  holds seminars and one-one consultations on a variety of  feature film & series script and production topics. For our script writing sessions it includes all aspects of script writing along with the next steps to take for getting your script funded, licensed or produced ... once your script is written, polished and ready for presenting.  

     BSI also offers independents beginning to end professional script writing, editing, and production services along with the ability to submit feature films to investors and pitch TV series to networks/cable stations ...

 
 

BSI Films specializes in adapting scripts to books. In today’s industry investors and industry executives consider funding or licensing a script based on a number of different factors. If a book version of your script is able to show public interest in your project, in addition to having generated a revenue stream it can also demonstrate that it has a built in audience and following.

 

BSI Films specializes in adapting books to scripts. 

 

Our Lead Executive Producer Susan B. Flanagan  is an Emmy® Award Winning Writer and Best Selling Author is the lead executive of our Prime Vendor division that specializes in adapting Books to Scripts for Best-Selling Authors, Hollywood Studios, Literary Agencies and Published Authors.​

 

BSI Films  is led by our Emmy® Award Winning Writer, Award Winning Producer and Show-runner Susan B. Flanagan

 

When Is A Script Polish Necessary and What Does It Include:

 

  • A Script Polish Is Needed Prior To Submitting To Investors, Studios, and Broadcast Executives.

  • Our Script Polished includes an evaluation, analysis, and edit to ensure what is written meets both the vision of the writer and business needs of the party it's being submitted to.

  • Our process follows the same guidelines and standards major studio and broadcast clients requires Susan to adhere to when asked to Polish a script prior to executives approving funding or sending it to series. 

  • Enhance the dialogue to ensure it appeals the audience its targeted for.

  • Executives and Investors often will request scenes are written for a  specific character. Be sure to have the strengths for main scenes enhanced.

  • Look for scenes to cut or trim. Zero in on dialogue scenes that do not have visuals or descriptions that capture a direct  

  • Work on pace: A combination of dropping, switching, or reworking scenes to enhance the flow of the narrative.

  • Make the script more cinematic: Look for opportunities to enhance visual moments (action, horror, violence, adult scenes, etd.) Consider ways to make transitions smoother and more visual.

  • Edit existing scenes to enhance the characters actions and/or emotional state of mind.

  • Identify and enhance the focus on some of the story’s themes.

•Depending on the genre: determine which scenes a characters actions can be increased to match the genre, i.e. for a comedy does it need more jokes, if drama does it need more tension, if action, does it need more violence etc.

•A final review and edits of entire script is performed, after all of above steps have been completed.

 
Our Executive Producer Susan Flanagan will discuss your script and production needs and our ability to help you.
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