Every blockbuster begins with a good script! Writing a good script requires initiative and time. Where you may have the initiative, our qualified screenwriters have the experience and the time to help you craft a strong and captivating professional script. So, how can we help you tell your story? Logline – short one liner that summarizes your story Treatment – longer more detailed story summary Outline – a step-by-step walk through of your story including characterization, plot points, key themes, conflicts and resolution
Draft – raw screenplay - putting it all on paper from ‘once upon a time’ to ‘the end.’
Editing – polished and refined draft
Script Coverage – comprehensive analysis of your script from start to finish.
No matter where you are in the scriptwriting process, we can help:
round out your ideas,
speak with a compelling voice,
define stronger characters,
introduce gripping plots,
provide insight to make your good script great.
Got a script and ready to shoot? How many days will you be filming? What days does your A-list actor work? How long can you shoot with your child actors? How many days do you need the helicopter? And the stunt actors jumping out of the helicopter? How many days are you on location? What scenes can be shot on stage?
Your production schedule is not an arbitrary calendar. It’s a detailed plan for each element in your script. From cast to cars to cameras and costumes, this critical timeline is the map that carries production from first day of principal photography to wrap. Equally important, the production schedule is the foundation to budgeting your production as it details how the finances will be allocated.
Got a script! Got a schedule! Now, how much is this going to cost? Your budget is your financial blueprint. It’s a detailed (above-the-line and below-the-line) estimation of costs associated with each phase of the filmmaking process.