The Coverfly Score was designed based on feedback from Industry Execs, Agents, and Managers. For a script to get greenlit, dozens of executives from agents and development execs to studio heads and financiers have to give the script a thumbs up. To reflect that reality, the Coverfly Score is significantly positively influenced by multiple high scores. One finalist placement or high score is fantastic, but to really be high on The Red List you’ll need at least a few reads — just like you would at a production company.
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