pitch consultancy call

ready to market your script to the industry? get feedback on your pitch first from a pro screenwriter.

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Get feedback on how you present your story from a professional screenwriter who’s written movies and TV shows like the ones below:

Book a 1/2-hour or 1-hour call with one of our team and master your pitch.

Pitch a pro writer 1-on-1 and learn how to present your script to executives, producers and managers with confidence.

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

Pick one of our pro screenwriters to review your pitch depending on their genre specialty.

You can check out their full bios and credits here.

300+ 5-star Facebook and Google reviews (and counting).

To see more uncensored, bursting-into-song testimonials, check out our reviews page.

Awesome service! Great consultation, true and honest feedback to work with. These guys and girls know their stuff. Every dollar worth it! Recommended 😉

Anton Teichmann

I really enjoyed the 1hr call. Scriptreaderpro helped a lot and after my re-write, I plan on doing another 1 hr call. Think of it like a tennis coach – they’re there to tell you what you’re doing wrong. They have fresh, professional eyes. We as writers need that.

Scotty Meade

Script Reader Pro provides the opportunity to step behind the curtain of this industry and get the training and support there…instead of swinging in the dark on the “outside”.

Angela Howard

Everything you’ll get with your
Pitch Consultancy Call.

• A 1-on-1 consultancy call that will last for either half an hour or one hour with the pro screenwriter of your choice.

• Feedback on your pitch. Practical feedback on the delivery of your story and how you’re presenting yourself as a writer and a potential collaborator.

• Free follow-up email service. You can email us afterward with any questions you may have about the call afterward. (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 set up calls as fast as possible. The standard turnaround time is 14 days approx, but if you need to have it sooner you can choose a 3-Day Rush or 7-Day Rush service at checkout.

Step-by-step purchasing instructions.

Ready to bullet-proof your script’s pitch before you head out into the industry? Get started by following the simple instructions below:

1. Choose either a 1/2-hour or 1-hour Pitch Consultancy Call 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 14 days approx.)

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 have the call with and you’re good to go!

4. Sit back and relax. You’ll receive an email letting you know we’ve successfully received your payment and are assigning you to your chosen pro. (Note: Scripts received after 5 pm PST will be processed the following morning.)

FAQs.

This service is purely designed to work on your pitch. Think of it as a practice run for the real thing. In real life, you’ll have one chance to pitch someone in the industry without them having read your script first. And this is what we can help you master.

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The standard turnaround time to set up your first call is approximately 14 days. If you order a 3-Day or 7-Day Rush, however, you’ll receive a date 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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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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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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Discuss, brainstorm and get inspired to walk in that room and knock ’em dead with your story.

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