Screenwriting : Looking to hire a screenwriting coach! by Jesse Wroblewski

Jesse Wroblewski

Looking to hire a screenwriting coach!

Very high functioning and I know how I learn best. Therefore I am looking for someone to (virtually) hold my hand through my first 25 pages (choosing a software as well). Already have my beat sheet and even a sizzle shot.

Anyone interested in beginning this relationship?

Obviously continued work available based on the relationship.

Jason Mirch

Hey Jesse - have you checked out Stage 32 Script Services? We have a number of development executives, producers, managers, and writer/filmmakers who work with screenwriters all the time to break story and develop screenplays. Feel free to reach out to me directly at and I will suggest some executives who would be perfect for this.

Stephen Carter

If you can afford it, I'd suggest Final Draft. If cost is an issue, and you have a Mac, there is a template you can get for Pages that is basically the same format. If you're not in a great hurry, I will take a look and do a perfunctory edit on your first ten pages or so. Could be shorter if I keep running into the same issues over and over. If you address those and want to resend, I'll take another look. Then we can go from there. Connect and drop a line if you're interested.

Doug Nelson

Hey Jessie - just what is it you're looking for? You got a logline? Send me your beatsheet & pic if you'd like - then we'll talk.

Alex Owumi

Hey Jessie, very happy for you. Send me your logline and sizzle shot if you still need help.

S.B. Goncarova

Personally, I've used Writer Duet and Highland. I find Writer Duet easier to use. Although I've heard Drama Queen is quite good!

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