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Industrial Scripts is a London-based screenplay consultancy and training organisation active in film and television, formed by the UK’s leading script editors, sponsored by Paramount Pictures and Curtis Brown.

Our script editors have been selected specifically due to their industry credentials, and because our analysts are currently reporting to the top film and TV companies, we’re able to offer a very high standard of script report, and one relevant in the marketplace.

Our script editors have worked, and continue to work, for:

BBC Films logoParamount Pictures logoWarner Bros logoCurtis Brown logoScott Free logo
Working Title logoEaling Studios logoOptimum Releasing logoUniversal Studios logoPathe logo

We recognise that it can be difficult to decide who to approach for script analysis, or who to train with, but we hope our credentials speak for themselves. To learn more about us, please click here.

Click here to read about the wide range of script report and script reading services we offer, or here to learn about our range of innovative and industry-tailored screenwriting, script reading & filmmaking training courses.

Finally, we also run The Insider Interviews – an exclusive series of Q & As with professionals working in diverse areas of the British film industry. Click here to sign up to our FREE members’ area to access these interviews.

Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or queries, and thanks for visiting Industrial Scripts.

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