Just some of the exciting people we're working with.
We're always eager to find new partners, in the UK and internationally.
So let us know if you have ideas for collaboration and cooperation.
The SoA is the UK trade union for more than 10,000 writers, illustrators and literary translators, at all stages of their careers. It's been advising individuals and speaking out for the profession since 1884.
All SoA members get substantial discounts on Euroscript's courses.
BFI Future Film events focus on helping young filmmakers to learn more about their craft. The annual BFI Future Film Festival takes place over a weekend in February every year, with workshops, masterclasses, networking opportunities, screenings and Q&As at BFI Southbank.
Euroscript provides tutorial support at Future Film's monthly events.
A short film festival held every March in the Finnish town of Tampere. Accredited by the film producers' society FIAPF, it's among the most important European short film festivals.
Euroscript has visited Tampere numerous times, providing workshops and script feedback to writers.
Underwire is the UK’s only film festival celebrating female filmmaking talent across the crafts. It was co-founded by former Euroscript Board Member Gabriella Apicella and Gemma Mitchell to address gender imbalance in film and change the industry from the inside out. The festival has awarded training and mentoring opportunities to over 50 filmmakers, and has screened over 300 films.
A cinema club run by Euroscript Board Member Ian Long, screening unusual films both vintage and contemporary, with support from the BFI and Film London.
Please get in touch if you have an idea for a screening.
The leading membership organisation for women working in creative media, WFTV hosts events, presents a prestigious awards ceremony, collaborates with industry bodies on research projects, and lobbies for women’s interests.
All WFTV members get substantial discounts on Euroscript's courses.
BECTU is the UK's media and entertainment trade union; sectors covered include broadcasting, cinema, film, digital media, independent production, leisure, IT and telecoms, theatre and the arts.
The union represents staff, contract and freelance workers.
All BECTU members get substantial discounts on Euroscript's courses.
Raindance is dedicated to fostering and promoting independent film in the UK and around the world. Its Film Festival is officially recognised by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences USA, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts and the British Independent Film Awards.
Story Lab Pro is aimed at professionalising screenwriters in Poland, organising courses, workshops, webinars and events including Script Fiesta, pitching sessions and a TV series competition.
We've provided webinars and travelled to Warsaw to do workshops for Story Lab Pro.
FLAMIN Productions commissions single screen works that are ambitious in premise and duration. It provides artist filmmakers with the development and production finance to produce ambitious and original moving image works, and delivers professional development and bespoke mentoring opportunities.
Euroscript mentors artist filmmakers on the FLAMIN programme.
The UK trade union for professional writers in TV, film, theatre, radio, books, comedy, poetry, animation and videogames. Its members include emerging and aspiring writers. WGGB has been negotiating better pay and working conditions for writers since 1959.
All WGGB members get substantial discounts on Euroscript's courses.
The world's biggest and most exciting screenwriting festival, with over 150 speakers and 1000 delegates attending over three days.
Euroscript takes its acclaimed Script Clinic to LSF every year, helping hundreds of writers with their stories.
A consultancy and management service which offers a range of services to film makers in order to help them to achieve successful international film festival exposure and sales and distribution.
Founded in 1996, RIGA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL is the only annual film festival in Latvia. Originally created to promote short film, the festival widened its range by adding a feature film competition program in its 2014 selection.
Euroscript has travelled to Riga to present workshops for the festival, and continues to mentor Latvian writers.
Founded in 2006 in London, The Smalls Film Festival has been championing independent filmmaking and creative people for over a decade, making it an essential destination for filmmakers from across the globe. With a mix of fresh talent and Academy Award winners, its community of filmmakers comes together once a year for "the most dynamic, hustle-and-bustle week in the short film industry".