You’ve spent a long time writing your script, even longer thinking about it.

Now do yourself a favour…

Before you rush off to find a producer, director or agent, or leap into production, make sure your script is as good as you can possibly get it.

You only get ‘one bite at the cherry’ with busy film industry people. You owe it to yourself to get the best professional help available for your baby, and we can help give your script the edge.

OVER 17 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

We have helped over a thousand scriptwriters since 2003, many of them repeat customers. Let us help you get your script in the best shape it can possibly be.

INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS

Our team of script editors are leading industry professionals with a wealth of knowledge from industry experience and a vast pool of skills you can draw on for your project.

IT’S A CONVERSATION

We work with you to get the very best outcome, and most of our assessment levels give you the opportunity to talk with your consultant, bounce ideas off them, and have them show you the way forward.

Turn your dreams into reality…

ENDORSEMENTS

OUR SERVICES

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Level 1

Script Clinic

1-2 pages of general script assessment notes or bullet points etc.

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Level 2

Script Analysis

4-5 pages of detailed script notes that cover plot, structure, character etc.

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Level 3

In-Depth Script Analysis

7-8 pages comprehensive notes on plot, structure, character, etc.

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Level 4

One-Off Script Edit

A/ Overview. 4-5 pages comprehensive notes on structure, plot, character etc.

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Level 5

Full Script Edit

Full mentoring on a draft of your script for up to six months.

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Custom Level

Other Services

Short films and Documentary scripts/treatment; adaptations etc.

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