Euroscript’s Script Surgery team of Script Doctors ran another intensive 3 day session at this year’s London Screenwriters’ Festival.
Over 150 LSF delegates were warmly welcomed in and offered advice and tips on developing their treatments, formats, initial project ideas, how to polish their pitch and tackle the next draft of their scripts.
We were new to some of you and familiar to others who have visited us at previous festivals, as well as attended our regular courses, Development Workshops and use our Script Feedback and Consultancy services.
With all the how-to books and websites offering their blueprints to a successful script and all the inspiring sessions at the LSF, it can be overwhelming when a writer comes to apply it to their own work.
At Euroscript we aim to clarify and illuminate clear, constructive paths for the writers we work with and ensure they have the tools they need to develop the best possible version of their screenplay.
And as always at LSF we thoroughly enjoyed meeting all our writers and getting the chance to discover and discuss all the inspiring and wonderful ideas, stories and projects that were brought to the Surgery.
Development is of vital importance to making a good idea into a great script and it’s a mission that is very dear to us. It seems it is just as important to all of you from reading all the positive feedback you gave us over our 3-day campaign. Here are just a few comments:
“Wonderfully detailed with guidance that will progress my screenplay to a new direction.”
“I never knew I could cover so much in terms of both structure and characterisation in an hour.”
“The most inspirational hour you will ever spend at LSF”
“I would definitely recommend Euroscript.”
Makes it all worthwhile to know we’ve been able to help. Watch out for more of our Script Surgeries soon and let us know in the comments what your highlights of the weekend were.
In the meantime, make sure you follow us on Twitter and Facebook to get all the latest tips and news. And I’ll leave you with my favourite comment:
“It makes you want to write as soon as you leave the session”