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Welcome to Script Reader Pro

We try to answer all your questions as quickly as possible but please check out the Top 5 FAQs below, before contacting us as you may find the answer you’re looking for there.

If you have a query not answered in the Top 5 FAQs, you will find even more answers to commonly asked questions on our FAQs page.

Or if you still can’t find you’re looking for, feel free to drop us a line by using the form at the bottom of the page.

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Top 5 FAQs

Q1. I’d like feedback on my script. How do I get started?

Great! It depends what service you’re looking for, but here are some quick links:

Q2. What’s the turnaround time on your services?

Here are the turnaround times for each service:

  • Script coverage services have a turnaround time of up to 10 business days (i.e. not including weekends.) If you purchase a Rush service you’ll get your notes back within 48 hours (including weekends)
  • Script Doctor Services have a variable turnaround time depending on the project that’s agreed on between us and the writer—usually between 4 and 12 weeks. (No Rush service is available)
  • Mentorship Program. This also has a turnaround time of up to 10 business days before you’ll receive your first session

Q3. My script’s page count is over the limit. What do I do?

Here are the page counts for each service:

  • Feature screenplays. 120 pages
  • TV pilots. 60 pages
  • Short films. 20 pages

Extra pages are charged at $2 per page. Please contact us using the form below stating your page count and the service you’re looking to purchase and we’ll send you a customized button.

If you want to purchase a Story Analysis (for Treatments/Bibles/Synopses, etc.) we go by word count and the limit is 3000 words.

If yours is over 3000, get in touch stating your word count and the fact you’re buying a Story Analysis and we’ll shoot over a customized button.

Q4. How can I get an agent or manager? 

There best route is to try and get a manager first as they’re more about making connections than agents who are there when you want to sign a deal. We have a couple of blog posts on the subject you may find interesting:

We may be able to hook you up with an agent, manager or producer, but you have to have received a “Recommend” rating from one of our script coverage services.

If so, we may ask if you’d like us to pass your screenplay on to the reader’s contacts (as long as it’s also a good fit.)

Q5. Do you want to buy my script? 

We’re not a production company and so would suggest you try gaining representation if you don’t have it already and querying producers.

You could also try contacting people on platforms such as IMDbPro and Stage32. Bear in mind that producers generally don’t buy ideas, they’ll want to buy the whole script if they like it.

Still got questions? 

No problem, fill out the form below and we’ll do our best to get back to you asap.

 

 
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