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Writers Literary Script Consultant Named in the Top National
Creative Screenwriting Magazine’s BEST SCRIPT ANALYSTS AND CONSULTANTS AS RATED BY SCREENWRITERS report just came out and Anton Diether of Writers Literary is ranked! This report is based on a survey conducted over a period of weeks from December 2009 to February, 2010. More than 80,000 recipients of the CS Weekly E-Zine, published by Creative Screenwriting, were invited to take the survey on line at surveymonkey.com, a professional surveying forms service.
“I’m pleased be included in Creative Screenwriting’s report,” stated Diether, “ but most of the credit should go to Writers Literary’s expert staff of editors whom I have personally handpicked and trained to assist screenwriters around the world.”
The survey received nearly 1,000 responses covering 212+* script analysts and consultants. About 100 responses were dropped from the final study because of confusing or incomplete data entry, leaving 905 responses in the final study. The full data set was analyzed for totals, ranges, and average scores. This report individually names and reports on the top 164+* analysts and consultants as rated by screenwriters.
ANTON DIETHER is the writer of the 1998 Hallmark TV miniseries Moby Dick, the highest-rated long-form show in basic cable history, nominated for five Emmy and two Golden Globe Awards; the 1999 ABC-TV miniseries Cleopatra; and the 2002 Hallmark Channel miniseries Stranded. Anton developed Beauty and the Beast for Fox Family, Land of Oz for Disney, Gold Fever for Phoenix Pictures, Operation Greylord for Showtime, and Taj Mahal for Threshold Entertainment. He recently wrote Lost At Sea for TNT, which was to star Patrick Swayze, directed by Nicholas Meyer; and Swim For Your Lives for RHI, to be filmed in 2011.
For more information about the BEST SCRIPT ANALYSTS AND CONSULTANTS report, visit http://www.creativescreenwriting.com.
For more information about Writers Literary, visit http://www.writersliterary.com.