Studio coverage is what all production companies and major studios use to gauge the potential of a screenplay. When a new script comes in studios will have someone read it and write a summary of the story, comment on the script’s structure, characters, concept, style, and story before giving it a grade of pass, consider, or recommend. The point of studio coverage is to provide the higher-ups a summary of the story and a brief rundown of what aspects of the film work, which do not and whether the project is commercially and artistically viable.
$100 – $160
Studio coverage – an industry-style 3-page report including a synopsis, character breakdown logline and comments.