Hollywood Book to Screen
The Silence of the Lambs, The Godfather, Dracula, The Lord of the Rings. Can you guess what these titles have in common? They're all box-office hits that first started as best-selling novels. Hollywood has shown a growing fascination with books that capture the imagination of readers by adapting them into television shows or films.
Interested in finding out if your book has Hollywood potential? Partridge Singapore's Book-to-Screen Services take you a step closer to realising your dream of your story making its way to the big screen. Get a script coverage, treatment, or screenplay format of your book created and make it accessible to producers, directors, script writers, and other industry movers looking for material for their next TV show or film.
Convinced that your book has a future on the big screen? Then it's time to green-light a fully fleshed-out screen adaptation of your book for pitching to major Hollywood production studios. Hollywood Topliner features a production-ready draft of a script, complete with character dialogues and detailed sequential action scenes written in the standard Hollywood studios' screenplay format. Your screenplay will then be submitted to our first-look partner, who will determine if they would like to option your book for adaptation.
Take the first steps towards getting your book adapted for the screen. A professional writer will present the visual rendition of your book in an industry-standard treatment, which is a long-form pitch for a film, television series, or digital series. Your treatment will then be submitted to our first-look partner, who will determine if they would like to option your book for adaptation.
This service provides professional coverage of your book. It is an industry-standard report used for identifying new material for adaptation into media like films, television series, and digital content. It includes a thorough synopsis and critical analysis of your book and is completed by a professional reader who reviews material for Hollywood agents, writers, directors, and producers across the entertainment industry. Your coverage will then be submitted to our first-look partner, who will determine if they would like to option your book for adaptation.