How To Write Screenplay Treatments That Sell

Discover how to write screenplay treatments that will make agents, managers, producers, and studio executives eager to read your work.

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Screenplay Treatments Are The Key To Getting Your Script Noticed

Screenplay treatments often are the key to getting an agent to represent your script and getting a producer or studio executive or actor to read your script and buy it, but treatments also are one of the hardest things to write.

Discover Shortcuts To Writing A Script Treatment Fast

Here you’ll find shortcuts and examples that will show you, step by step, how to write a treatment that will make agents, story editors, producers, and network and studio executives anxious to read your script including:

  • Why you need to write a treatment
  • How to make sure you know your story before you write the treatment
  • Key points to include...
  • How much of the plot to include
  • How to deal with flashbacks, parallel plots, multiple characters and other potentially confusing elements...
  • Make your descriptions come to life
  • How much dialogue to include
  • The three most common mistakes that turn off readers
  • Sample treatments that illustrate what to do—and what not to do
  • The step-by-step process that leads to an outstanding treatment

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About The Instructor, Jurgen Wolff

Jurgen Wolff has written more than 100 episodes of television, the mini-series “Midnight Man,” starring Rob Lowe, the feature film “The Real Howard Spitz,” starring Kelsey Grammer, and as been a script doctor on projects starring Eddie Murphy, Michale Caine, Kim Catrall and others. His books include “Your Writing Coach” and “Creativity Now!”