The reviews are in!
“I've known Leon forever and always give him my scripts to read even before my agents/manager sees them. He is always on and beyond point and I treasure his insight. In addition, I have stolen many a phrase from him...” Jill Franklyn, Writer - IMDB
“(Leon) knows how to spot great writing, and always brings me amazing material to look at. I rely on his judgment on projects I intend to produce, and send him writers…that need that finishing touch.”
Raymond Wagner, Producer - IMDB
Did you ever say, “I wish I could write like that”? Now you can. Meet Leon Williams, Script Analyst, Mentor, Advisor to producers, directors, writers, studios, and anyone who needs to know what’s good and how to make it great. Leon Williams is the best script consultant in the business. Really?
As written in Entertainment Weekly, November, 2013, “There’s no such thing as a sure path to success in Hollywood, but the Academy’s Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting is as close as you’re going to get.” Leon was a long-time judge of the world-renowned Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Nicholl Fellowship Competition. Really.
Having judged close to 10,000 scripts, Leon knows script-writing. He knows what has to happen in the first 10 pages and what must follow, in the first thirty. And he knows what will happen if they don’t. Absolutely nothing.
Here’s the commitment: Leon knows all the common mistakes that hold writers back from ever reaching their potential. And he knows how to fix them. No hype, no hoopla, no hand-holding. Just structure, story-telling and all the elements of a great script.
But in this business, the script is just the beginning. “It's never just about your script,” Leon says, “but how you position yourself and your project to agents, managers, and producers. It’s going for the sale…and making it.” Leon also knows the business of script-writing.
Did you ever say, “I wish I could get my script in front of the right people”?
Well, now you can. Meet Leon Williams.
Learn the winning techniques:
· Marketing and the Market
· The Sale