Sorry, don't know where else to post this, hope this is the right place. Anyway - I'm writing a script for an hour-long TV pilot and I dreamed up and wrote up a scene that starts at the beginning of the pilot. The scene is a dialogue-free action scene starring the main character. However, when I wrote it up, I imagined it being set to a particular song and, thus, I sorta choreographed it so that it is timed to the music (certain parts of the action coincide with certain verses or the hook of the song, for example). And the only audio is that song. Now, with that said, is it feasible for me, as a new writer, to go ahead and keep this scene, even if I pitched this pilot (which I plan to)? Is it even possible for me to pretty much take the first opening minutes to direct such a scene? Is it even possible to pull off and would anyone consider it? I really like the idea - it's a pretty violent scene but it shows some of the skills and persona of the main character and, I don't know, how I imagined it with the song and action together works perfectly in my head. I just don't know if others will feel the same way. Also, I have no idea how to write it in true script form. I need help with that, too.