I’ve already talked about options and script sales, and those of you who have read those posts might have noticed several mentions of the fact that production companies don’t always end up buying the scripts they option or work on. It’s actually a common occurrence for a company to option a script, pay to have some writing done, and then ultimately decide not to buy it for any of a variety of reasons. That situation naturally raises the following question:
What happens to those drafts written while the work was under option?
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In my earlier post about script sale breakdowns, I promised a more in-depth look at options. This is that post!
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In my last blog post about quotes, I talked about how a writer’s compensation typically increases over time, in the same way most other professionals slowly build a salary history over the length of their careers through increasing levels of expertise and proven results.
Today, let’s break down how a writer actually gets paid out when they sell a script.
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