For those of you with money to burn, the Professional Read & Critique could be just the right class. This one’s personal, one-on-one, with Larry Brody going through your screenplay or teleplay exactly as he would go through the scripts written by writers on his shows.
LB makes notes on everything: Story, style, characterization, dialog, the works, giving specific suggestions for what all the changes should be, and you get both an online private chat session about the material (the equivalent of the writers meeting a showrunner would have with a writer working on assignment) and an e-mailed written report containing everything LB said in case you forgot. When you’ve revised your work, he’ll read it again and give further suggestions if needed, and loud huzzahs if not.
All this work takes a great deal of time and effort, which means it costs proportionately. We’ve seen bigtime professional consultants who’ve written how-to books but never produced a thing ask as much as $2500 per script. However, responding to popular demand, the cost here at TVWriter.Com is $1500, which, to be honest, is a very tiny percentage of what the fee for supervising the development of any one script on a typical TV series or feature film. If you’re a graduate of the Basic or Advanced Workshop there’s a 33% discount, making the price $1000.
We don’t like to make promises, but here’s one. If you’ve got the courage to face this professional analysis you’re bound to learn more than you ever thought there was to know!
PROFESSIONAL READ and CRITIQUE
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