Aspiring screenwriters will gain insight from reading scripts and watching films and television series. Christopher Mallick reminds all writers to protect their scripts from curious onlookers. A script has value to the right people in the film industry. A valet in a parking garage does not need to find a script on the front seat of a client’s car. Christopher Mallick encourages all writers to pay close attention to the people who see the script. Only those who can transform that script into a film should see the script. Once a producer, like Christopher Mallick, shows interest in the script the process will move quickly.