Monday, April 6, 2015

Need Help Writing a Screenplay Treatment ?

Dear Readers,

Are you asked for a treatment of your screenplay?  Do you ask yourself:"What is a treatment? Signup for the follow course designed to teach writers all about treatments.

If you would like help with your treatment I can write it for you. Writing treatments is apart of my many services to screenwriters

If you need help with your script feel free to  use my script services below:

Edits / Proofread for Short Stories: $30.00

Treatments : $ 48.00 (2 - 3 pages; for scripts)

Edits/Proofread:  $48.00  (proofread for scripts)

Critique :  $58.00 ( for scripts)

Query Letters :  $28.00 (scripts/books): 

Synopsis :  $38.00 (script/books): 

Edits/ Proofread for Books:  $90.00

Critiques for Books:  $125.00

( If you are not able to pay in full, the payment for any service can be made on installment - divided in half. If you would like to use my service, let me know whether you need  to pay on installment or can pay in full. I am willing to be flexible.)

Some people request edits and critiques together. If a writer wants both, to me this says the writer is not completely confident his or her script is ready. So I  recommend getting the critique first. Use the critique to redo the script. Once the script is just right, then request the edit.

However, there are script, screenplay, writers who insist on having both an edit and critique together.  So I offer an edit and critique combo at discount.

Edit &Critique Combo Discount: $66.00   This is a discount savings of $40.00

All payments are received by Paypal. If you cannot make Paypal payments you may mail payments in the form of cashier checks or money orders. NO personal checks

If you are interested in my services feel free to contact me at

Phone: (360) 696-4298

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Get a step-by-step guide to an electrifying treatment!

Not only is a treatment a vital selling tool for screenwriters, the process of writing a treatment can help screenwriters lay a solid foundation for their screenplay that can save valuable time in the writing process. This is your chance to map out your plot and develop your characters before you've backed yourself into a corner with ninety pages of blood, sweat, and tears behind you.

Let Screenwriter's University show you, step-by-step, how to create an electrifying treatment! We've made the anxiety-producing process of treatment writing simple with our ground-breaking approach to the form. By the end of this workshop, you will have a strong treatment and a solid log line for your screenplay that has been vetted by an industry professional.


Course Starts Thursday!

Course Outline

Week 1: 
Introduction to Treatment Writing
Week 2: 
Working on the Treatment
Week 3: 

  • For anyone whose goal is to write a treatment for a feature film or TV, regardless of experience or skill level.
  • Learn the fundamentals of writing a treatment, including structure and format.
  • Acquire the skills needed to write a screenplay treatment including learning how to create a log line and outline.

      You will learn:
        • What a treatment is and what it isn't
        • When to use a treatment
        • The differences between a treatment,synopsis, coverage, beat sheet and outline
        • The proper format for a treatment
        • How to choose what scenes go in your treatment
        • What to do with your treatment
        • Where to look for story ideas
        • The five key components of a feature film treatment
        • The six parts of a television series treatment
        • How to write and what to include in a one-pager
        • How to use a treatment as a sales tool

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            George Yanok
            Jonathan Dorf
            George Yanok has written for television variety series, situation comedies, hour dramas and motion pictures. Nominated numerous times, he has won two EMMY's and the Writer's Guild of America Award. His credits include "The Bob Newhart Show", "Sanford & Son", "Welcome Back, Kotter" and "The Ted Knight Show", series for Lynn Redgrave and Stockard Channing and television movies such as "A Time To Triumph" starring Patty Duke and "Go West, Young Girl."

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