Script coverage is a filmmaking term for the analysis and grading of screenplays, often within the “script development” department of a production company. While coverage may remain entirely verbal, it usually takes the form of a written report, guided by a rubric that varies from company to company.
As a screenwriter, Brett understands the importance of getting a script to its best possible version so that it is ready for investors and actors to consider. As part of this service, he will read your film or television screenplay and provide you with a written document that highlights the strengths and weaknesses of the piece.
The coverage will address elements like the structure, writing style, format, dialogue, characters, world of the narrative and themes. This document usually comes in at 2 pages in length but will vary given the strength of the project and length of the screenplay.
For more information you can mail Brett through the contact page on this site with the reference ‘Script Coverage: Title’ in the subject bar.