Plot: Let’s review the plot and its coherence. From structure to dramatic beats, let’s take a scene-by-scene look to make sure there are no gaps in your story.
Characters: Let’s review your character building. Who’s the protagonist? Who’s the villian? Let’s look at their arcs and make sure there is a motive, a goal and a need for these characters to transform.
Dialogues: Have you managed to give your characters their own voice? Let’s review the information and nuances of the characters’ voices.
Make sure your script is ready before sending it to Production Companies, contests or Pitch calls!
Specialized in film screnplays – I have a Masters Degree in Fiction Screenplay for Film and TV -, my job is to edit fiction and non-fiction film stories, taking development into account; plot, structure, character building, dialogue and more.
I also identify formatting errors, as well as the position and good use of the elements of the script; scene titles, characters, parenthesis, dialogue, transitions, and more.
Working tools: Celtx, StudioBinder
IMPORTANT: I work with special programs for film script writing. If you are a beginner and do not know how it works, you can send it in a Word document, but keep in mind that converting it to script format has an added cost.
Will I have contact with the editor during the process?
Of course. I want the final work to be what the client wanted, so communication is essential. You can write at any time via email or through my recommended method, Telegram.
Can I submit a script longer than 120 pages?
That’s right, you can submit a long script, but if the number of pages increases, the price and the deadline will also increase. Contact me and let’s talk.
Can I ask for a shorter deadline?
If a shorter deadline is required, the price will rise.