The screenwriter writes a rough-draft (usually a
few pages long, typed, double spaced) and sends them to the studio representatives
for possibilities of making the film in the future. They read the
rough-draft, which is often accompanied by the rough SCRIPT (in this case,
71 pages long). In this case, a tape of music (songs) was also
The studio reader reads the outline, and if he enjoys it, he can read the entire script (and listen to the tape during key scenes). Regardless of the extensiveness of the reader's reading, he then fills out the cover-sheet, which rates the idea / screenplay. He concludes with an idea on the film budget for such a screenplay.
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PAGE TWO: Rough Draft Of Storyline begins
PAGE THREE: Storyline concludes
PAGE FOUR: Comments from studio reader begin
PAGE FIVE: Comments conclude.
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