We believe you do not have to pay a fortune in order to receive quality professional work in a timely manner, and done with confidentially.

We can do more with less.

IMDb: Robin S. Garland


Robin is a Judge in the 2015
San Diego International Kids Film Festival
Screenwriting Competition


Her screenplay Because Of Me made it to the Semi-finals
at the 2015 Nashville Film Festival Screenplay Competition

nashville semi finalist


Words by Richard at the Scriptwriter’s network:


Great job on the coverage! I’m sure the writer will greatly appreciate the detailed notes that you provided. I shall forward this. Thanks for your help,


 Screenwriter  J. T. wrote:

Wow… Wow.
What an amazing, thorough, detailed critique.
I cannot thank you enough.
Really. I am encouraged and at the same time motivated to dig in deeper and do the rewriting necessary to make this thing truly desirable for someone who will want to produce it.
Wow. Again, Jeffrey T.


We understand most writer’s and screenwriter’s are on budgets and that is why you will find our prices very welcoming. We have strict ethical rules – and that is; we keep all of your ideas and concepts confidential!

 Script Coverage:

Analysis up to  4 to 8 Pages

–Feature Screenplays up to 130 pages, $ 90.00
–TV scripts up to 60 pages, $65.00

Regular turn around time: 5 days.

Rush available for an additional $30.00 – turnaround 24 hours.

Send your Final Draft script via email. MS Word doc’s are also accepted!

Note: We accept personal checks and money orders.

Using Paypal: just send money to info.livingtreemedia@gmail.com

If you like what we do, hire us to write a Screenplay for you:

–Feature Screenplays up to 120 – 130 pages.
–Feature Television up to 60 pages.
–Adaptation from novel to screenplays up to 130 pages.

These specific writing services need the details worked out, and requires emails and phone calls with signage of contracts and NDA documents.

Email first, and tell us about your project.

We use :

Final Draft 10

The Screenwriter’s Bible
by David Trottier


Hollywood Standard,
Reference Screenwriting Book
by Christopher Riley