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Bellow you will find the list of projects which have been assigned to you for review. Select a project and hit 'Open Review' to open the project. If you already saved or published a review, the fields at the bottom of this page will be populated with the information you entered. Remember that the system will automatically log you out after 10 minutes of inactivity. Save often to avoid losing information!

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General

1) Does the log-line accurately represent this project? If not, please describe the plot below.

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2) Any other additions or corrections to the information the submitter provided?

3) The submitter described the genre of the project as:

Please specify a sub-genre. For example, horror films can be slasher, zombie, werewolf, sci-fi etc.

Sub-genre.

4) Please rate the level to which the script reaches it's genre goals. For comedies, is it funny? For horror films, rate the scariness of the script, where 1) Titanic (not scary), 2) Donald Trump's hair (slightly horrific)  3) Shaun of the Dead (comedic / not meant to be scary) 4) Paranormal Activity (pretty scary)  5) The Exorcist (Super scary - I'm still shaking).

ScarinessScariness

5) Is this project unique? If so, please explain how it's unique below (examples: Interesting setting, unique characters, story told in a different way). If it is not unique, please explain what other films or series this reminds you of.

6) On a scale of 1 to 5. How much would you want to watch this film or recommend it to others?

(1 is least. 5 is the most recommended.)    

Will recommendWill recommend

7) Can this project be made with limited resources or low budget. For the project to qualify for MiLa Dark it must be made in a micro-budget level.

8) Is there a sequel or franchise possibility for this project?

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9) Does the screenwriter seem to have a good grasp of the craft?

(formatted correctly, etc)

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10) On a scale of 1-5, how much development do you think it would take to get this script to an A+ level?

(1 - means it needs little to no work.  5 means it needs a ton of work.) 

Need DevelopmentNeed Development

11) Please write a quick summary of your impressions. Add any thoughts which cannot be expressed elsewhere.

12) Generally rate this project. Include your X-Factor! Some projects are just great even if they don't check all the boxes. Your rating here is the only thing required to publish your review and will be visible to the team on the top sheet.

General RatingGeneral Rating

13) What time period does the script take place in?

(i.e. Old west, Victorian, Modern day, etc)  

14) What location including city and country does the story take place.  

 Characters & Conflicts

15) How many main characters are there in the script?

(These are characters that experience a significant change during the film, in one way or another.)

16) Generally rate the character development for the main characters, where 1 is stagnant and 5 is a clear arc in which character exhibit a change at the end of the film when compared to the beginning.

Character DevelopmentCharacter Development

17) Out of the main characters, how many are male / female?  Is there any indication in the script for race or any other casting specific thing like under represented characters, (Female, twins, native Americans, etc.).

18) Rate the internal conflict for each of the main characters. *Internal conflict is within the characters mind. The character vs self. (1 is the least amount of conflict and 5 is the greatest.)  

Internal ConflictInternal Conflict

19) Is the internal conflict (identified above) interesting and can you identify with it? (Please explain why or why not.)

20) Rate the external conflict for the main characters. *External conflicts may be character vs. character, character vs. nature, or character vs. society. (1 is the least and 5 is the most.)

Internal ConflictInternal Conflict

21) How many moments of suspense did you recognize, roughly?  

22) Out of those moments of suspense (identified above), is there one that you would identify as the climax? If so, how would you rate it? (1 is the least suspensful and 5 is the most suspenseful.) 

The CruxThe Crux

23) Rate the resolution of the conflict? Did you feel satisfied?  

The ResolutionThe Resolution

24) Please explain why the resolution you've identified (above) may or may not feel satisfying?