There are literally hundreds of services available to read your script and give you feedback, and while they have plenty to offer, there's one thing in common that 99% don't have:

They're not Teachers.

The vast majority are readers or ex-readers for studios, production companies, and agents. Their job is to read scripts and decide whether they're good enough to pass up to their bosses. They're good at what they do, and they can give you an excellent idea of how a studio or agency would evaluate your script.

But they're not Teachers.

The ScriptTeacher is, first and foremost, a writing instructor. His job isn't to give your script a thumbs up or thumbs down, to tell you what's wrong with it, or even to suggest how to fix it. His job is to analyze your script for ways to improve your writing.

Do any of these sound familiar?

  • "I've put so much into it, but it's still not working. What's wrong?"
  • "He said my dialogue is weak. What's that supposed to mean?"
  • "I know what I'm doing wrong, but how do I fix it?"

ScriptTeacher feedback guarantees:

  • Honesty: a rigorous, point-by-point analysis of your screenplay
  • Respect: thoughtful, encouraging feedback for every script
  • Instruction: the focus is always on improving your writing skills

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