I'm offering feedback on scripts for you! Just you! Only you! (Please tell all your friends.)
Here is a little bit about me:
I'm a scriptwriting student, I've just finished my second year, having received a First Class Honours for the year. I'll be spending the summer working with Lucy V Hay at Bang2Write (http://www.bang2write.com/), after having proven myself on the GAUNTLET OF DEATH (... sending her some of my work). I came in the last 25 of nearly 2000 writers for this year's Red Planet Prize, and I placed first in a writing competition with the Bournemouth Uni Writers' Soc. in 2010. Oh, and there are endorsements at the bottom!
Here are my rates:
Television (30 - 60 pages) £30
Feature (90 Pages) - £50
You can pay me by BACS, CHAPS, or cheque, but I'd suggest BACS because it's the cheapest and fastest for everyone involved. I don't do Paypal because Paypal will take some of my money which I need to feed my children/kittens/baby pandas (delete as appropriate to produce the most sympathetic image).
For these prices, I will provide at least 4 pages (of A4!) of detailed, honest and insightful feedback.
So yes, if you'd like something reading, or have any further questions, please send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'll get back to you ASAP.
Oh, and I can also send you examples of previous reports (which I have done!) and examples of scripts (which I have also done!) if you feel the need to measure my skill first.
Mark Leigh, Writer - 'As a published author (45 books) I have recently turned my ambitions towards screenplays and submitted Kakia Vice, a cop comedy to Sam for a critique. His report was extremely constructive in pointing out what worked and what could be improved upon in the areas of plot structure, character development, dialogue, comedy and tone. The notes I received were clear and concise, and contained practical
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Elliot Moore, Writer/Director - ' Sam’s feedback is attentive and constructive, and it is clear to see that he
takes a great deal of time to ingest the finer details of your work in order to give more fulfilling feedback. The breakdown of his critiquing was very informative as well, going into great detail on pacing, characterisation and tone, which was extremely beneficial. As a director myself, it was also nice to see that Sam put as much thought into the criticism of the visual side of the script, as he did with the narrative structure, helping to ensure that the script didn’t just end up as a fine script, but a fine film as well.'