Payment and submission of scripts confirm your agreement to the following terms for Script Firm’s services:
- Script Firm is a service for feature screenplays up to 130 pages in length in standard industry format. TV scripts should be up to 65 pages for 60 minute shows and 35 pages for 30 minute shows.
- Turnaround time is usually within 2-4 weeks unless otherwise specified. An express service is not offered at this time.
- You are strongly recommended (but not required) to register your literary work(s) with the U.S Copyright Office prior to submission.
- After payment, screenplays should be submitted to my email address at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hard copies are not accepted.
- You retain full intellectual property rights at all times. Use of Script Firm’s services does not imply any partnership or transfer of these rights unless otherwise specified by written agreement.
- The service providers agree to maintain the confidentiality of all materials submitted including discussions.
- You agree to hold the service provider harmless and free of liability Script Firm (including its officers, directors, agents, employees, contractors, licensors, suppliers and any third party information providers) against all losses, expenses, damages and costs, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, resulting from any violation of this Agreement (including negligent or wrongful conduct) by you or any other person.
- You agree that Script Firm (including its officers, directors, agents, employees, contractors, licensors, suppliers and any third party information providers) may have access to, may create, or have created literary materials and ideas which may be similar or identical to those found in your screenplay in theme, characters, plot, format or other respects. You agree that you will not be entitled to any compensation or grounds for litigation because similar material may have been independently created by the Script Firm (including its officers, directors, agents, employees, contractors, licensors, suppliers and any third party information providers.) This does not affect your statutory legal rights.