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All coverage packages include 72-hour fast turnaround time at no additional charge.
Great for Beginner Writers
- 72 hour turnaround time
4 pages of detailed notes
Character, Plot, Structure, Dialogue, and Concept Analysis
A Pass, Consider, or Recommend rating
An overall impression that will highlight extra factors like voice
Qualitative scores to help compare your progress
- Your analyst’s bio
Great for Hired Writers
Great for Studio Writers
72 hour turnaround time
Everything from the Bespoke package plus…
Inline PDF notes throughout the script
Specific suggestions for detailed changes in your script
Included follow-up question (normally $25)
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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!
WeScreenplay's feedback was over three pages of specific feedback (good and bad), with page and line references that I can actually use to improve my script.
Almost every suggested change is on point with my own assessment of the script's needs. I just wasn't sure. Now I am sure and have a roadmap to make the entire script hit the top 93%, not just the plot.
Would love to work with this same reviewer after I've made the edits. Five stars, hands down. For my next feature script, I will start with WeScreenplay before submitting to any other festivals.
Will be starting on my next draft later this week!
I had submitted this same screenplay (in its current form) to several contests after screen coverage services about 5 years ago. The coverage I got from those services helped me change my project for the better but it still never got any consideration from the contests. I thought it was in a good place but I couldn't figure out what it was missing. Well, life comes at you fast and I couldn't afford any more coverage on this project so I shelved it. It sat for the 5 years until I got a better paying job. I still didn't know what I was going to do with it and it fell out of mind. One day Twitter tells me that the Diverse Voices contest was coming up. I had some money enough to submit it, with notes guaranteed. I was hoping that these notes would tell me something the help me rekindle the potential in this screenplay. Man, did it ever! It opened my eyes to another possibility in the direction of the script that I had not previously thought of and I think I can make this script even better than before. I want to thank WeScreenplay and DABE17 for the notes. What was once a forgotten dream is now a renewed passion! Thank you very much!
Judges feedback and notes were very constructive, very specific and helpful in applying cinematically from a writer's perspective. Wonderful learning and growing in my early writing experience.
Fast, reliable turnaround time.
We’ll have your coverage back to you within 72 hours (or less than 24 hours for an additional fee), even on weekends. Most of our competitors, on the other hand, take at least a few weeks. Our close-knit integration with Coverfly enables us to distribute incoming scripts to readers quickly and efficiently, and we pass the time savings on to you.
Quality, detailed notes. Coverfly-qualifying scores.
Our coverage isn’t just two pages doubled spaced. You get pages of detailed notes on character, plot, structure, marketability, and other elements from professional readers who are decked with experience in the industry and really know their stuff. The quality of our coverage is the single most important thing to us–check out the numerous testimonials above attesting to the strength of our coverage and our fast, helpful customer service. Plus, all scores you receive are Coverfly-qualifying!
Great prices. Your money goes to the reader.
It’s hard to find (read: impossible) anyone else in the industry that can match our prices, let alone our turnaround time and quality. Thanks to the technology we’ve built that’s more akin to that of a Silicon Valley startup than your run-of-the-mill script coverage company, when you purchase coverage through us, more of your money is going to the reader, not some administrative middleman.