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Short scripts are a fantastic way to get your screenwriting feet wet, try a new genre, hone your craft, and get noticed. Put your best short script foot forward by getting notes from our professional readers who have produced short content and are passionate about short form storytelling.
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The Real Thing - WeScreenplay Feature Contest feedback (20-12-2020):
Plot: 87th percentile
Characters: 94th percentile
Concept: 98th percentile
Structure: 98th percentile
Dialogue: 95th percentile
Overall Impression: 83rd percentile
Final Score: 94th percentile
... and then anything less than this from someone else will be a bummer.
The readers that have provided coverage for my most recent screenplay “BUSH DEVIL”, have gone above and beyond!
The in-depth analysis and feedback I have received has been worth way more than the humble price tag. These readers are passionate, devoted and keen. They really dive deep into your story and take their valuable time to offer sincere praise and constructive criticism.
I enthusiastically recommend any writer, no matter what level they are at in their career, to take advantage of the services offered by WeScreenplay!
Submitting to competition should be considered an investment in your future, it's good to double and triple check your work beforehand.
It was a strong check to the ego to see where I place among the other applicants and the notes were very constructive. It was clear my work was read and once my pride recovers, I'm excited to implement those changes.
All the feedback was constructive and encouraging. It made me excited to get back to writing.
However, it was worth the wait in gold.
Plenty of advice in the review/critique but also highlighting the positives of the script too!
I now know where to improve as the review went through character, plot, structure and dialogue.
Four pages of useful tips and I have already took on board some of the advice and rewritten some of the script.
Don’t get despondent by the feedback as it’s designed to help you get better and improve. You may not agree with all the feedback given but be pragmatic and accept that it’s a process that you need to go through and you’ll be all the better for it in the long run.
Thanks for the feedback!
WeScreenplay and their readers are respectful of writers and I truly appreciate their free feedback with every submission.
I don’t like being patronized when I hand over creative writing to a person who should be blunt and straightforward. I’m sorry, I’m not looking for empathy, perhaps when I have a film purchased, then and only then I will accept resounding words. But, for now, I’m extremely grateful to find WeScreenplay.
I’m telling you, I couldn’t get any feedback from any competitive screenplay contest and it usually doesn’t appear that they do understand what they read most of the time. Regardless, I’m grateful I did the research finding a solid team that illuminates ideas for imaginative writers.
If you don’t believe you’re getting any results with the sonata of readers charging you good money for specs, do yourself a favor and try WeScreenplay. Remember, it’s all for you.
My "grade" for my screenplay was low, but I expected that since it was my first go around and I had not yet had any other professionals review my project.
My one criticism would be that the majority of my notes on my first submission were primarily structural. I don't think my reviewer focused as much on my actual story, plot, characters, etc because they were so focused on fixing my technical issues.
And while that is great and was very much needed, I almost wish they had an intermediate level where for $50 or $100 they could have someone just review the structural aspects. That way, I could fix those issues first and resubmit for a proper reading of the content of the story.
Regardless, I am going to resubmit it after I fix the other parts, because I think the service is wonderful for a novice like myself.
Overall, I would absolutely give WeScreenPlay an A. Much higher than what their reviewer gave my first effort. LOL.
Thanks WeScreenPlay. Great job!
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