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Script Polish

Our Emmy® Award Winning Writer ensures what is written meets industry standards & vision of writer.

  • 30 minutes
  • Starts at $1295.00
  • By Phone or Skype

Service Description

* Susan B. Flanagan - Is our lead Executive Producer, Emmy® Award Winning Writer, Award Winning Producer, Showrunner, Best-Selling Author, and Script Adaptation Specialist. * Susan is also the Sr. Creative Executive and Writer for our Prime Vendor division. She works directly with investors, streaming, and studio Executives to provide objective analysis and evaluation of scripts based on their specific production and creative needs, prior to them being sent to committee for funding approval or pre-production. **************************************************************************************** ***** To get started please contact our Executive Producer, Susan B. Flanagan. When polishing your script for submitting to a Development Executive, the first 10 pages of your script will determine if the review continues. This next step is where your writing skills have to go to another level. The following Q&A provides some of the information executives will want your script to reveal... Q. Why are the first 10 pages of your script important? A. Research has shown there is an extremely short amount of time a film or series has to grab, hold, and capture the imagination of an audience. That’s why most films and series tend to excite and grab the attention of the audience within the first 2 pages (first 2-3 mins) and the reason the first 10 pages of your script is so important (think of how the first scene in Law & Order opens). Note: In all cases, if your opening scene in the first few pages of your script does not capture and hold the attention of the Development Executive, odds are the review will end. Q. What are the guidelines for writing and formatting your storyline Development Executives will seek to identify in the first 10 pages of your script. A. Review the following. * High Concept: What is the hook that makes the audience want to keep watching? (a.) example: think Law & Order or any genre that has some type of action happen in the first page. * What is the CQ (Central Question of the story.) The script begins with an action, that creates the central question "who, what, or why." (a.) example: scene opens with an Amour Car being robbed, but only a box was taken (why. * What Quadrant Level is the script? ** Quadrant is defined as what demographic does it appeal to? - A movie that appeals to all four major demographics both male and female, and both over and under the age of 25 is a level 4.

Contact Details

marina del rey, CA 90292, USA

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