We provide screenplay query letter writing services. Writing a query letter that gets noticed is paramount to your screenwriting success. The query letter serves as a sort of cover letter for your story — treatment and screenplay.

It is usually the first impression potential investors, producers, and financiers have of you and  your script. When writing a query letter, you should introduce yourself, provide a plot summary, and illustrate why you think it should be produced — why it will be a wise investment.

After writing a query letter that will appeal to the reader, the next step is to identify the specific film industry leaders, studios, and directors that are best-aligned to your story, genre, and distribution goals.

Query Letter Writing Services

When we write your query letter, our services will include:

  1. Reading your treatment and/or screenplay
  2. Succinctly summarizing your plot
  3. Appealing to the intended readers regarding the commercial viability of your story
  4. Providing 10 targeted contacts — producers, directors, studios, etc. — you can contact with your query letter

The prices for our query letter writing services are based on how many pages/words of your story we need to in order to write your query letter.

We charge a base price of $100 for up to 3000 words / 10 pages of reading — your  treatment or a summary of your story.

If you need us to read your entire screenplay or have more material for us to read, there is an additional charge of $1 per each page over 10 pages.

For example, to write a query letter for a 110-page screenplay, it would be $100 for the first 10 pages + $100 for the next 100 pages = $200.

To save money rather than time, you can simply summarize your story in up to 3000 words/10 pages. You can even include just the first few pages of your screenplay. Either way, we do need a full plot summary to write the best query letter.