The sections below contain useful information about the different services we offer here at the Script Vault.

Copyright Registration

Single Item Registration – £24

This service allows you to register the Copyright on one piece of work (under 10 megabytes in size) which will be held in our ‘vault’ for 10 years. You will receive confirmation and a Copyright Registration number by email within a few minutes. At the end of the 10 year registration period you will be given the option to renew the registration. We offer all existing clients a 50% discount on renewals. You can also register further drafts of previously registered items for 50% of our current registration price.

10 item Copyright Registration Subscription – £50

You can save money by buying a 10 item Copyright Registration subscription. This will enable you to register the Copyright on up to 10 items (each under 10 megabytes in size) within a period of 12 months, each of which will be held in our ‘vault’ for 10 years. This service can also be used to register further drafts of previously registered items and can be used for many different types of original work such as synopses, treatments, pitches, log lines etc.

Register an Updated Item – £12

You can register a further draft/version of a previously registered item for 50% of our current registration price. Your original registration will continue as before, your new registration will last for 10 years. You will receive confirmation and a Copyright Registration number by email within a few minutes. At the end of the 10 year registration period you will be given the option to renew the Copyright Registration. We offer all existing clients a 50% discount on renewals.

Paypal account holders can spread the cost over three months completely interest-free with no set up fees or charges, simply choose ‘Pay in 3’ at checkout.

Script Reading

Writers normally only get one shot at interesting a company or producer with a script so it’s essential the script is as good as it can possibly be. Our script reading and appraisal service aims to match up writers with people from the industry whose comments and advice will guide the writer to produce a better rewrite. Our script readers are either university/college lecturers or professional writers with numerous writing credits and/or qualifications. Several of our readers also read scripts for TV companies and theatres.

The length of the reader’s report will usually be 2-3 pages for a short script and 3-4 pages for a full length script. If you have selected our ‘in-depth’ service a report will usually be approximately 6 pages. We aim to send out appraisal reports within 4 weeks.

Paypal account holders can spread the cost over three months completely interest-free with no set up fees or charges, simply choose ‘Pay in 3’ at checkout.

NEW! When you purchase one of our script reading services we now include a Copyright Registration of the submitted script completely free of charge.

Script Reading and Appraisal – up to 125 pages: £70

This service is our most popular and is suitable for full-length stage/radio plays, screenplays or episodes of TV series/serials (also includes Copyright Registration of the submitted script).

Short Script Reading and Appraisal – up to 30 pages: £40

This service is suitable for short screenplays, stage/radio plays, TV sitcom episodes and TV soap episodes (also includes Copyright Registration of the submitted script).

In-depth Script Reading and Appraisal – up to 125 pages: £100

Our in-depth service is suitable for those who require greater coverage. The reader will analyse the script scene by scene and the report will usually be around six pages in length. If you’d like the in-depth service please email us using the ‘Contact Us’ link below after submitting your script with brief details of any specific appraisal requirements (also includes Copyright Registration of the submitted script).

If your script exceeds the maximum page length please email us using the ‘Contact Us’ link below and we will be happy to quote for the additional pages.