Since WeScreenplay launched in 2014, we’ve provided the industry’s highest quality, fastest, and most affordable feedback on screenplays. We offer pages of detailed notes on your work in just 72 hours, and we do it at a price that no one can come close to. And now, we’ve created additional format-specific feedback options to help writers even more.
We’re always working to make our offerings better. To see the changes we made to our Coverage offerings at the beginning of 2020, click here.
New Format-Specific Coverage Options
WeScreenplay has developed coverage options specific to different screenplay formats. You’ll notice some similarities and some differences with these new options — most notably, the GOAL options for our Bespoke Notes are specific to that script’s format. We know that your goal of writing a short is likely different than when you write a TV pilot. That’s why we designed custom Marketing Blueprint options that can help you with specific questions. Whatever your career goals, WeScreenplay feedback has you covered!
Prices Reflective of Script Length
WeScreenplay is known for our detailed notes. But let’s be honest — no one needs 4 pages of detailed notes on a 6 page short script. That’s why we’ve broken out our coverage to be reflective of both the length of the script format and the amount of feedback received. From our lowest prices for shorts coverage to notes on every single page of your feature, WeScreenplay wants to ensure that you’re getting the most value for your money.
Readers with Specific Experience in Your Format Type
We know that some readers are Feature fanatics, while others are thrilled by TV, and still others are stirred by Shorts. That’s why WeScreenplay is now pairing our professional readers with specific format expertise to corresponding scripts. They get to read more of what they love, and you get notes from someone who can give insights that are specific to your format. It’s a Win/Win!
The Same Great Variety
WeScreenplay now offers Classic, Bespoke, and Comprehensive notes specific to each format! On the new coverage pages, you can see exactly what the different options look like. If you’d like a refresher for what each of these offer, here it is in a nutshell:
This coverage is great for new writers and anyone who needs a little help finishing or improving their draft. It includes:
- 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
Includes everything from Classic Notes, plus a Marketing Blueprint based on 1 of 3 specific goals for each format. You choose which goal you’d like to have your reader focus on, and they’ll answer questions specific to your intention for the script.
Includes everything from the Classic and Bespoke packages (including the Marketing Blueprint), but it also includes a follow up question ($25 value) and something that very few script coverage packages provide: In-script notes, with specific suggestions for changes or highlighting moments that really work within your script.
For more about the specific Classic, Bespoke, and Comprehensive offerings for each format, visit our coverage pages.
We hope you find the new options even more helpful in your writing journey. If you have any feedback or questions about our new offerings, please reach out at email@example.com
Starting at $79.99
You love movies. We love movies. If you’re looking for professional feedback specific to your next feature script, you’ve come to the right place! Our readers have experience working for studios, agencies, and feature film production companies — they’re excited to share their expertise with you!
Starting at $69.99
It’s pretty clear: we’re in a golden era of TV. Whether it’s an original pilot or a spec of an existing show, make sure your script stands out with our TV script coverage! Our readers have worked for networks, streamers, and agency — they know television and are here to help.
Starting at $59.99
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.