it's been a while since my latest blog, but I've been making some huge changes to my services. In the past, I've noticed that clients have been wanting full coverage on their scripts compared to basic coverage.
So, when you're looking for feedback on a script, you'll know your script is in good hands and you'll be getting the best quality feedback. But what is full coverage? Great question!
Previously, full coverage feedback was a full page of notes where I talk about the Story, Characters, Pacing, Strengths, and Weaknesses of the script overall, but now, I've made a slight tweak to what full coverage includes, replacing the strengths and weaknesses with Dialogue and Concept.
In my honest opinion, writers tend to struggle with dialogue in their scripts and believe me, I'm one of them so I feel your pain, but surely, I can help provide valuable feedback to help improve your dialogue.
Concept is an important thing to note in any script. Let's get realistic here, nobody wants to see a film they've seen many times before, and sometimes even the professionals in the industry tend to make films we've seen before.
When I'm looking at a script, the first thought that comes to mind is, "Does the plot seem familiar to something I've seen?" Depending on the script, it varies.
Sometimes I might think a script is original, but maybe someone else might think differently. Best case scenario, if you have a script that sounds familiar to something that's been made, you can always put a twist on it and provide your own voice to it.
If you have any questions about my services, please let me know! I'd be happy to help you out!