SCRIPTick - Script Rating Certification

  • February 11, 2023

SCRIPTick team shall soon offer Script Rating Certification Service to Script Writers, which will benefit them while approaching the Producers to pitch their scripts as a recommendation from SCRIPTick.

Under Script Rating Certification Service, scripts offered by Script Writers will be evaluated by SCRIPTick team and those which are found to be worthy and deserve recommendation will be given a Script Rating based on various parameters for evaluation.

Scripts will be given either one of the following Script Ratings:

SCRIPTick AAA– Highest Rating from the team – The script is highly recommended by the Team for production as it meets with all requirements for being one of the finest screenplays.

SCRIPTick AA – High Rating from the team – The script is recommended by the Team for Production as it almost meets with the requirements for one of the good screenplays they have come across.

SCRIPTick A – Good Rating from the team - The script is recommended to be considered by the Team for production as it meets with sufficient requirements for one of the good screenplays they have come across, although may not be the best.

Scripts that receive either one of the above three ratings shall be given a proper Certificate signed by the SCRIPTick Management team, as a support to Script Writers to pitch their script with Producers.

Scripts that does not meet the standards set by Team SCRIPTick shall not be rated or given any certificate of recommendation.

Charges for Script Rating Certification: There are no charges planned for script rating for the first six months of the service offered. However, post that, there may be nominal charges for Script Rating Certification service to Script Writers.

Note: Script Rating is a recommendation from SCRIPTick and not a guarantee of success of such scripts in anyway, as scripts are only a part of a film’s success. There are several other factors at play for the success of a film (cast & crew, making, music, production values, editing etc.). Producers are advised to independently evaluate the scripts recommended through the ratings and decide based on its merits. The SCRIPTick rating of scripts can at best be used as a filter to prioritize evaluation by the Producers.


Richard E. Grant

“Ensure that your script is watertight. If it’s not on the page, it will never magically appear on the screen.”


Mel Brooks

“Everything starts with writing. And then to support your vision, your ideas, your philosophy, your jokes, whatever, you’ve gotta perform them and/or direct them, or sometimes just produce them.”


David Lean

“I’m first and foremost interested in the story, the characters.”


Jessica Raine

“For any role, I pretty much always go to the script, first and foremost.”


Vincente Minnelli

“It’s always the story that interests me.”