SellAScript.com was founded by Paul Harvey as a direct result of his close contact with writers
over his years in the film business. Writers had often expressed
their disappointment and frustration in the current Hollywood
system and other sites had not managed to provide them with
as much feedback as they needed, or an extensive variety of
services all under one roof. All this served to demonstrate
that SellAScript.com was an invaluable
service that was past due.
sites exist that offer writers coverage and development services
and others yet that offer a means of selling a writer's work,
Paul was keen to bring everything under one
roof, where daily screening would take place and the integrity
of the site would be maintained.
SellAScript.com does not take commission for any script
or writer's work sold as a result of using this site - but
feel free to write a Thank You note!
SellAScript.com is overseen by a dedicated workforce that
has worked within Hollywood and the film business for years.
Extensive research took place amongst writers and film executives
in order to create this site and its supportive community.
We hope you enjoy using it.
We want this site
to work, and most importantly, work for you. Therefore, we
are always interested to hear of any way in which we can improve
our service and/or add new services that you would like to
see offered. You are welcome to
to give us your thoughts.
has been in the film business since 1996. He previously served as the President of Production for Original Voices, Inc, the company responsible for indie hits such as The Opposite of Sex and Big Night. During Paul's tenture, he
supported and/or produced films such as Bruno, The Whole Shebang, and After School Special.
SellAScript.com's Head of Development:
is an award-winning screenwriter and media professional hired to write and revise screenplays in various stages of development. Since 1996, he has evaluated or edited over 2000 screenplays for studios like New Regency and Polygram Films as well as established independent producers. Robert has written material for National Geographic Television, the US government and worked as a story editor for a European television network. He currently teaches screenwriting, film history and history of animation as an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland.