NB: B2W has a current turnaround of 10-15 working days
★ B2W Service & Rate Card 2016 ★
Producers and Directors – Need a script editor for your production? I can help and make sure your concept, story and screenplay ROCKS. Check out my IMDB page, HERE, plus shorts and features B2W has been involved in, HERE.
Screenwriters & novelists – Or perhaps you want me to walk you through the stages of writing a new project, concept/logline to completion? Or dig you out of what I call ‘The Story Swamp’, or help you come up with a submissions strategy? Or something else???
No problem – B2W can help and work within most budgets, even very low ones. Great value, fixed price edits available. Just email your requirements and/or questions and I can quote you! CONTACT ME NOW.
Typical turnaround of script reports is 15-21 working days. All prices and services updated for 2016. See the pic above for a selection of B2W’s professional clients. CLICK HERE to opt in for B2W updates and get a free ebook on how NOT to write female characters.
DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND: B2W now operates a rush service – add 25% to prices below to guarantee your turnaround within 5 working days. PLEASE ENQUIRE RE: B2W’S AVAILABILITY FIRST.
Not see the service you need in the list, below? I am always happy to help – contact me.
1) Concept Check Feedback
Don’t waste your time on concepts that will go nowhere! Make sure yours is BOMBPROOF before you devote hundreds of hours to a screenplay that does not work, is not marketable, or falls back on clichéd characters or scenarios. Send me your logline (25-60 words), plus up to two paragraphs for your vision for it.
SEE ALSO: 7 Ways To Road Test Your Own Concept
2) 1 Pager / Short Treatment Feedback
One pager or “sizzler” (aka “extended pitch” or short treatment!) – it’s hard to know how yours stands up in the spec pile as they’re hard to get hold of online. I read hundreds of these documents a year however and can give you the feedback you need to avoid the various pitfalls with your own.
Prices: £25 (1-5 pages maximum); £30 (10 pages maximum).
Got a much longer treatment than 10 pages? FREE TIP: cut it riiiight down! SEE ALSO: 7 Things Agents, Producers & Filmmakers Can Tell From Your Pitch
Want more detailed feedback on your screenplay?
3) Skype Notes (Script read & Skype call)
Want notes on your screenplay, formally or informally, in the style of a *real* script meeting? No problem – this is the service for you. What’s more, I will email you reminders of what we chatted about afterwards, so you needn’t worry about missing anything! Prices:
- Short Films/sitcoms up to 30 pages (approx.): £30
- TV Pilots up to 60 pages: £45
- Feature Screenplays 80-100 pages: £60
4) Written Feedback
Want some in-depth written notes? No problem. Send me your screenplay and its one page pitch and you will get your Development Notes as standard, PLUS in-depth feedback on what’s working/what’s not working about your pitch material.
- Short Film/sitcom script & One Pager (5-30 pages +1): £30
- TV Pilots & Series Bible (50-60pages + 1-5 pages): £65
- Feature scripts and One Pager (80-120 pages +1): £90
★ Payments ★
Please send your scripts (PDF preferred) to firstname.lastname@example.org and pay via Paypal. FYI, returning Bang2writers are entitled to 10% off.
If you do not use Paypal, please send me an email to make alternative arrangements.
Please note funds must clear before your script is read. And don’t forget to tell me in your accompanying email what B2W service you require!
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4) Enter the amount
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