Writers Package


A must for anyone pursuing
a writing career!


The Writer’s package contains everything you need to write, sell and market your script. Whether you’re writing for TV, adapting a book into a screenplay, or writing a feature film, all the material you need is in this package. The Hollywood Script Formula Chart has every formula created for the art of screenwriting superimposed on the standard 3 act structure and the film charts show you how a good story is structured.


Script Format Chart
Sample Pitch
Sample Synopsis
Sample Query
Sample Treatment
Sample TV Pilot
Option Purchase Agreement
Book Option Agreement
Writer Proposal
Spiritual Script Chart
Pulp Fiction Script Chart



What others have said...

The Hollywood Script Format Chart has really helped, I have been able to decode it and produce a number of good movie scripts, I have even sold some of them.  Thanks so much to you!

- Tope Osuntokun

This chart is the best thing I ever did for my career - every possible formula and story outline created for screenwriting is on it - superimposed on the 3 act structure. It is a good idea to make sure your story follows along with at least one of them!

- Gerald Sticker

Can the Script Chart really help you write a great screenplay?

The Hollywood Script Format Chart® includes the 10 Commandments of Screenwriting, plot points, hooks and emotional curves. It includes the Hero's Journey model as it applies to the golden paradigm-three act structure, formatting and submission tips and the page number breakdown.


Or get the...

Writers Package

    Everything you need to write,
    sell, and market a great and
    successful screenplay

    Distribution Package
    • (includes the *Writers Package and *Producers Package)

    Everything you need to write,
    produce, and distribute
    your film

    About the Creator...

    Michael Perlin is an author, speaker and independent filmmaker. He created the popular metaphysical film, "3 Magic Words" in 2010 which he wrote, produced and directed on a shoe string budget with a skeleton crew. Because he had little to no money, he wore every hat you can wear in filmmaking; editing, animation, titles, graphics, cinematography, sound, color correction and all aspects of production. The film had its big Hollywood Premiere at the Harmony Gold Theater and sold out all 400 seats the day before the event. He finished the final director’s cut edit of the film to meet the deliverable requirements on a laptop at Starbucks to land a Warner Bros. Digital Distribution Deal.

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