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Edmonton Screenwriters Meetup Message Board › I can analyze your script to help you make it more saleable

I can analyze your script to help you make it more saleable

A former member
Post #: 22
Are you wondering if your script is ready to go out to producers,
directors and stars?

Do you want to take your script to the next level, sell it quickly
and have it get made?

Do you know whether the script is ready for the marketplace, or what
to fix in the rewrite?

After examining your script's premise, tone, character development,
dialogue, plotting, structure, rhythm, pacing, format, and overall
marketability, Peter Myers will give you a spot-on, extensive
write-up showing which areas need work --- to give you a better shot
at selling it! Peter’s fee to do this is $250.00 US.

Peter has done this for indie production companies in which he was a
partner, and he became very sharp at it!

NEWS FOR 2009: This year, two feature films have been shot
(one in Los Angeles and one in Alaska), which were based on scripts
rewritten according to Peter’s analyses. Both of them are now in
post-production. In September, 2010, Tarcher/Penguin will publish
Peter’s advice to writers in NOW WRITE! Screenwriting: Exercises by
Today’s Best Screenwriters, Teachers and Consultants.

Peter has sold, written for hire, or optioned ten feature scripts and
has had a number of things produced for the media of syndicated
television and cable. In 2005, a script of his won an Honorable
Mention in the script competition at the Thunderbird Int'l Film
Festival. Five projects of his are on the production slates of four
Independent production companies in Southern California.

In 2009, he may be writing a script for 2006 Oscar/Golden Globe
nominee, actor Terrence Howard – who asked him to work on a project.
Peter has also developed a script with Best Picture Oscar-winning
producer, Fred Roos.

Peter has produced short films and is producing one of his own
theatrical feature scripts in 2009 on a $5 million dollar budget,
so he analyzes scripts from the viewpoints of both a writer and a
producer. He is also co-producing a six- to eight-million dollar
picture with a fellow producer, for whom he polished the script
in 2008.

You can reach Peter at 323-821-7349, 323-464-8537 or email him at

If you want to read testimonials from Peter's screenwriter clients
(or more information about Peter's background and his script analysis
service), go to the link below, then scroll to see "Comments", such
as: "I incorporated many of your well thought-out notes and, as a
result, I'm having unprecedented success," --- Dirk L.; "Thank you so
much for giving my script a new lease on life." --- Phoenix; or "You
are truly a master at what you do," --- Penny L.

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