MEET OUR BOARD
Euroscript is run by a team of creative film, radio, TV, and web professionals who are united by their passion for great writing.
Paul bassett davies
Writer, director and producer Paul founded The Crystal Theatre, whose pioneering multimedia work was acclaimed in Britain and Europe. He went on to create several one-man shows, winning awards at the Edinburgh Festival fringe, before becoming a novelist, screenwriter and broadcaster.
In television and radio Paul has worked with some of the biggest names in British comedy. He co-wrote and produced the award-winning BBC Radio 4 comedy Do Go On with Graeme Garden and Griff Rhys Jones, and wrote the radio sitcom At Home with the Hardys with Jeremy Hardy. His own sitcom, Reception, was broadcast by BBC Radio 4 in 2014. His radio plays have starred Bill Nighy, David Hemmings, Alison Steadman and Martin Clunes, and he has written music videos for Kate Bush and Ken Russell.
Paul is a director of Euroscript Ltd, and he was the Creative Director of the London Comedy Writers Festival in 2011.
Theresa is a writer, story & script consultant and runs Euroscript’s Script Development Workshops.
She supports award-winning writers & directors in development with independent film & TV companies, Glasgow Film and the BFI. Her work as a tutor/mentor includes workshops for Eastside Educational Trust; Screen Arts Institute & for MA Screenwriting & Film programmes at LCC, Birkbeck University & currently Met Film School.
She is a resident script doctor & contributor to the BFI's Film Academy Labs and Future Film Festivals. She judged UnderWire Festival's Screenwriting award 2015 - 2018.
Previously she wrote (& performed) for the theatre, including her own one-woman comedy show & co-founded Sphinx & Common Ground Women's Theatre Companies.
Fenella is a founder member of Euroscript. She runs its annual Screen Story Competition, lectures and develops writers as a script editor.
As an indie filmmaker, she’s written/directed two narrative shorts and one sci-fi feature, 2.0 Lucy (rel Spring 2022). Her second feature Moon Song is in pre-production for release Autumn 2023. She’s written jokes for Weekending and Newsjack (BBC Radio) and screenplays for Doctors (BBC1’s daytime drama).
She’s had radio plays broadcast on LBC and won an IRDP award for her radio play Cuffee’s Reward about the Antiguan slave uprising of 1736. She freelances as a TV trailer maker for all the major UK broadcasters including NBC Universal, Virgin and Sky to produce conceptually-innovative 360 campaigns across all media. She has won gold Promax awards in both the UK and US for her work. Her company also produces corporate videos for a wide range of international clients.
anji loman field
Anji is an established writer, storyliner, script editor and producer.
She has worked in film, television and radio drama in multiple genres across three continents, most recently as lead writer on THE DEVIL'S PROMISE, a 6 x 50' episode English/Arabic supernatural thriller, created by Tony Jordan (Red Planet) for MBC.
Her writing credits include BBC’s EASTENDERS, HOLBY CITY & DOCTORS as well as several drama series & films for BBC Media Action in S.E. Asia.
She’s produced broadcast documentaries for C4 and S4C and has been running writing courses and workshops for Euroscript and other organisations since the mid 90s.
Ian is a writer and story consultant.
His current writing projects are a neo noir set in London, a set of experimental short stories and a supernatural feature set in rural Italy. His psychological thriller Stargazer, co-written with Luxembourgish director Christian Neuman, is being shot in London this summer.
Previous screenwriting commissions include an epic animated feature for Oscar-winning animator Gabriele Zucchelli and a horror feature for the late Johnny Kevorkian.
Ian has consulted for the UK Film Council's Premiere and New Cinema Funds, the First Film Foundation, the Script Factory and many other bodies, film companies and producers.
Ian teaches workshops in Deep Narrative Design, Creating Fear in Films, Writing Science Fiction, Writing Horror, Writing Neo Noir, and a course in Script Reading and Assessment. He has taken his workshops to Finland, Latvia and Estonia and elsewhere. Ian heads Euroscript's Consultancy and Feedback services.
Nicola is an English-Australian screenwriter, director and script consultant living in London.
She joined the team at StoryFirst this year. With them, she has a development deal for her TV series, Combustione - and a further two commissioned, Out Of Time, with Lord Michael Dobbs (House of Cards), and thriller Ten Days.
Nicola wrote, directed and produced Treasure, starring Samantha Bond, for the BBC’s Culture In Quarantine.
In a former life, Nicola was a resident character on Home & Away and has appeared in shows for the BBC in Radio and TV, Channel 7, Channel 9 Australia and Sydney Theatre Company. She is repped by Independent Talent. BAFTA, WFTV, DUK.
Alizée is a script & development consultant, writer, and translator working internationally in French and English.
Based in London, she develops films and TV projects with emerging and established talents in live-action and animation.
Particularly interested in independent cinema, she works across various genres, including drama, thrillers, historical drama, sci-fi, and fantasy.
Stéphanie a London-based writer-director with her own production company Frenzy Films. She also has extensive experience developing TV series for French TV and co-created the animated version of VALERIAN for Luc Besson's EuropaCorp.
Her feature film THE QUIET HOUR starring Dakota Blue Richards premiered on Sky Cinema in the UK and was released on Netflix. Her feature projects have received the support of Sofia Meeting, Film London PFM, European Genre Forum, and Frontières International co-production Market.
An alumna of Berlinale Talents, she is represented by Zero Gravity Management in the U.S. as a writer-director. She teaches screenwriting at U.A.L.’s London College of Communication, NFTS, MetFilm School and the MSt in Writing for Performance at the University of Cambridge.
Liz is a writer and script consultant. Her work in live-action broadcast led her to an interest in screenwriting and an MA in Screenwriting (London College of Communication).
Her debut feature was listed for the Orange Pathé screenwriting prize. She was selected by Carlton and Granada Television for new writer programmes, developing original dramas and writing for an established soap.
She has designed, taught or assessed screenwriting courses for film schools (London Film Academy; NFTS), universities (Goldsmiths, Roehampton, Arts London) and international organisations (British Council, Commonwealth Media Fund, European Development Fund, NorthWest Vision, UK Film Council, UNESCO Creative Content).
Liz has 20 years’ experience of working with writers, directors and producers to bring projects from idea to developed script. Her specialist knowledge of biopics and projects based on true stories was acquired both as a writer and script consultant.
Deola DEOLA FOLARIN is an award winning writer/director. Her graduation short film was Hush Little Baby, a 43-minute thriller. Her first feature script, Stained Glass , was picked for both the prestigious Moonstone Writers and Directors’ Lab . Deola’s third award-winning short, Salt Scrubbers , funded by Film London, was shown in the London Film Festival (produced by Emmy nominated Bill and Ben Productions). Her fourth short film, Blaze , funded by the Film Council and produced by Cannes award winning producers
Deola won the British, Newcastle Northern Lights Angel Award 2008 for her feature project Concrete Cat. Deola’s 3rd feature film script (2014) is a tense psychological thriller, Broken Waters. She is currently working on Javelin/ The Girl Who Chucked A Spear At Pluto, about Fatima Whitbread - World Javelin Champion.
Deola directed 26 episodes of Sesame Square, a franchise of the American Sesame.