This process should get your creative juices flowing and leave you with a solid new beat sheet to guide your next draft. Once you’re done with that draft, write out your beats again and repeat the process. Do this as many times as necessary to get to a point where you really can’t think of any more improvements. Then it’s time to hand your script to a trusted reader. Get feedback from a fellow screenwriter, a mentor, or an affordable consultant like the nice folks at WeScreenplay. If you’ve been honest and thorough in your screenplay rewrite process, you should be well on your way toward a professional script.