What's the consultation about?


If you would like to discuss how you can improve your short, feature or TV pilot screenplay in terms of format, story, characters, dialogue, originality, complexity or production value, or how to market it properly, or even work on revisions, this could be a great chance for you to make sure that you get started with a solid script before sending it out!

How does it work?

It's as easy as it sounds! The one hour 1on1 consultation will take place via Skype or Zoom at your earliest convenience and it will include a written feedback that you will receive in advance. Plus, you will be entered into the 2021 edition of The Golden Script Competition.

How do I book?

Click on any of the consultants below and you will be redirected to a page to pay for the consultation, after which we will contact you to confirm the exact date and time when you want the consultation to take place. 



David Stokes

David is a represented, professional screenwriter and filmmaker from the UK. His latest feature length screenplay, “NECESSARY EVIL” will be shot in the US in 2020, he’s the co-writer of the feature “THE HELLIONS” and the forthcoming World War 2 feature “THE DESIRE”. He’s also the writer of the short films “FOREVER MANCHESTER”, “LOVE: A WAR STORY” and “PROCEED ON FOOT”. He’s written episodes for the comedy web series “TEA, ONE SUGAR” and is presently in pre-production on his next short film “FANG” which he will write and direct.


Dimitar Dimoski

Dimitar is a writer and producer born in Macedonia. He has a master degree in production and a minor in screenwriting at Film Institute Ohrid. He gained his formal knowledge under the mentorship of critically acclaimed European tutors and filmmakers. He has been working on many feature and short films over the years as a script consultant, screenwriter and producer. His projects have been pitched and developed at Clermont-Ferrand, IFF Brussels, MEDIA Creative Europe and Eurimages. He is a producer at Focus Pocus Films, a company based in Skopje.


Marco Amato

Marco graduated from Brooklyn College with a Bachelors in Screenwriting. He has since had extensive experience providing script coverage throughout different facets of the entertainment industry. The scripts that Marco has given coverage on in the past have gone on to become finalists and even winners of important screenwriting competitions. He is an aspiring writer with four feature scripts and a slew of short film scripts in his portfolio. He was most recently selected as a winner of the LGBTQ Festival Screenplay Contest for the Wildsound Film Festival in Toronto.

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