concept analysis

EVERY GREAT SCRIPT STARTS WITH AN IDEA.
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ANALYZE MY LOGLINE
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Get 1+ pages of feedback on your script’s core logline/concept from one of our professional screenwriters.

The #1 mistake aspiring screenwriters make is digging into writing the script before they’ve had someone review the initial idea. Don’t be one of them.

Simply click the button below to get started and receive 1+ pages of notes on your story’s core logline/concept.

 
Got questions? Please check out the How the Process Works section and FAQs near the bottom of this page.

Match your logline’s genre with the pro screenwriter of your choice.

Pick one of our pro screenwriters to review your idea for a TV or movie depending on their genre specialty.

You can check out their full bios and credits here.

We know how much writing means to you because we’re writers too.

We’ve been in your shoes and understand how hard it can seem to “break in.” If you’re ready to stop playing in the little leagues and get a Hollywood insider’s perspective on your script, we can help.

Check out a sample Logline/Concept Coverage below or download it here:

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Everything you’ll get with your
Logline/Concept Coverage.

• 1+ pages of feedback on your core concept’s strengths and weaknesses. We’ll show you how to rework your idea so it’ll lead to a script that’s built on the strongest foundations possible.

• Free follow-up email service. We won’t just send you your coverage and leave it at that. You can email us afterward with any questions you may have about the feedback at any time. (Within reason! One or two short questions are welcome but if you want to ask more we may need to charge a small fee to cover the time taken.)

• Guaranteed five-star service. Our average client rating on Google and Facebook is 5/5 stars. You can read what other writers just like yourself say about our script coverage services on our Reviews page.

• Super-fast turnaround time. We strive to return all writers’ concept analyses as quickly as possible. The standard turnaround time is approx 14 days, but if you need it back sooner you can choose a 3-Day or 7-Day Rush service at checkout.

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How the process works
step-by-step.

Ready to get a pro’s feedback on your story idea? Get started by following the simple instructions below:

1. Click the button below and add an additional service during checkout if required, such as a 3-Day or 7-Day Rush or 2-Reader service. (Our standard turnaround time is approx 14 days.)

2. Make a payment. You’ll be transferred to a secure payment gateway to complete the purchase via credit card, debit card, ApplePay or PayPal.

3. Choose your preferred pro writer. At this stage, you’ll be able to pick who you would like to complete your Concept Analysis. Then, upload your logline and you’re good to go!

4. Sit back and relax. You’ll receive an email letting you know we’ve successfully received your logline and you will receive your coverage back in approximately 14 days from the date of purchase. (Or within your chosen Rush service turnaround time.)

FAQs.

The standard turnaround time is up to approximately 14 days. If you order a 3-Day or 7-Day Rush, however, you’ll get your script back within that timeframe.

All times are Pacific Standard Time.

Scripts received after 5 pm PST will be processed the following morning.

No need to email us for an update if 14 days haven’t passed (or your chosen Rush time)—your chosen pro either has your script on their to-do list or are working on it. 🙂

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Here’s the 2-step plan to picking the pro of your choice:

1. If you haven’t already, check out our writers’ profiles on our About Us page. There you’ll find their mini-bios and genre specialties.

2. During checkout, you’ll be asked for your first and second choice. If your first choice isn’t available your script will go to your second choice. In the unlikely event your second choice isn’t available, we’ll contact you.

Please note: If you leave your second choice as “I don’t mind” we’ll send your script to who’s available and best suited to your script’s genre.

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Every script that’s sent to us remains 100 percent the author’s copyright.

We will under no circumstances release, or let your script be viewed, by any third party without your prior consent. Not only that, but every idea we suggest or piece of feedback that you take on board and add to your script will be completely your own.

We also never accept royalties. We’re just here to help you make it as a screenwriter and all we ask is that you invite us to the premiere. 🙂

With that in mind, we don’t sign writers’ own NDAs.

We—and to be honest, 99 percent of people and companies out there—have zero interest in “stealing screenplays.” Managers, execs, producers, etc. will be interested in hiring you as a writer, not running off with one script.

And script consultancies like ourselves have no desire to do this either. We have our own careers and reputations to take care of and simply want to help you succeed too.

If you’re still worried, however, here’s the legal angle:

We recommend all screenwriters register their screenplays at the US copyright office and/or WGA West before sending their work out. It’s cheap, easy, and will protect you against any copyright infringement by law if it ever came to that.

Here’s a blog post on the subject you may find useful: How to Copyright a Script the Smart Way and Avoid These 5 Legal Pitfalls.

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If you have a synopsis, treatment or outline and would like your chosen pro to read it too, you can purchase Synopsis/Treatment Coverage here.

For character breakdowns, research notes, photos, videos, etc. please contact us at submissions[at]scriptreaderpro.com and we will give you a quote.

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If you have any questions we haven’t covered, check out our knowledge base or feel free to email. Don’t be shy.