TV Pilot/Script Contest
Scores & Comments
Your TV pilot or episodic script is read cover-to-cover by experienced TV movie and series pros with scoring of ten key script elements:Concept • Structure • Character • Dialogue • Pacing • Tone • Conflict • Marketplace Potential • Emotional Impact
Senior Judges review scores and forward them to you with their brief personalized comments.
The reader notes I received were incredibly helpful and gave me a lot of very clear pointers on how to improve my TV pilot. I'm kind of a technophobe and had some trouble figuring how to submit via Film Freeway at first. The Santa Barbara people were super helpful and responsive. Great value. ~~Bonnie Sherman, Billings, MT
Writers Room Notes
Your TV pilot or episodic script is read by TV pro analysts and forwarded to the Senior Judging Team for evaluation of these critical elements: Concept • Storyline • Characters • Dialogue • Pacing •
The scores and evaluation are reviewed by Senior Judges who provide you with your score sheet and 3-4 pages of Professional Hollywood Studio Writers Room Notes
Thank you for such a complete review my script! I've entered this contest twice. Both times, I've applied the feedback to my pilot. Now I am also an Official Crown Selection of the Queen Palm International Film Festival. I couldn't have done this without the in depth feedback! ~~Devon Morris, Chicago, IL
Your entire script is read, broken down, and analyzed by multiple professional studio analysts and forwarded to the Senior Judging Team for reading and scoring. You receive your score sheet with 5-10 pages of extensive Academy Level Studio Notes covering all 10 primary screenplay elements with specific comments direct from the Judges.
(Most popular option)
Fast and thorough communication! Judging panel has a wide variety of expertise in television writing (and rewriting) and is quite diverse . . . Excellent competition in every way! Thank you!
~~Mike Steward, Phoenix, AZ
Line Notes & Live Consultation
Your script is personally read by an Award-winning WGA judge with a track record of helping television writers break into the business to become super-star talents.
You'll then schedule an unhurried 60-90 minute live Zoom conference to go over your script line-by-line, as the judge makes written notes directly on your script and offers suggestions for improvement.
This is a professional "notes" session from a seasoned producer-writer.
You will receive an Mp4 recording of your session.
(Recommended for those on a professional career path)