Summer 2016 Competition!

Major international screenwriting contest: win $2K and guaranteed representation and pitching to industry, plus 3 winners get $3.2k in free script development services!

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Studio-quality Consultancy

Get the benefit of studio-quality Script Coverages, Development Notes and Elite Consulting to help you make your scripts as attractive to the commercial market as possible.

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Francophone & auf Deutsch

Un point de contact unique entre les auteurs francophones et l’industrie cinématographique mondiale. // Wettbewerbe und Konsultation zur Entwicklung für den internationalen Markt.

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Featured Ian Kennedy

Insights: Why you Should ‘twin’ your Protagonist and Antagonist

“Writers need to feel this connection to these characters too – it is only through your characters that audiences can connect with your story and theme.” – The follow up article to “Insights: Character Driven Storytelling” by Ian Kennedy, WriteMovies Director of World Wide Development.

Featured Spring 2016 competition

Meet our Spring 2016 Screenwriting Contest Winner: THE PEOPLE VS. GOLDMAN SACHS by Rob Laffin

An achievement to be proud of for a long time – Rob Laffin, the WriteMovies Spring 2016 screenwriting competition 1st placed winner, came out on top for his legal, topical drama THE PEOPLE VS GOLDMAN SACHS. A very intriguing and intelligent script and one deserving of this acclaim. We are delighted to be able to

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Featured Ian Kennedy

Insights: Character Driven Storytelling – why it has to be your characters who are driving your story forward

“The antagonist needs to be a stronger driver of the plot than the protagonist in several ways – to provide a threat and complications for the protagonist, to create conflict and hence create an engaging story with high stakes…” By Ian Kennedy, WriteMovies Director of Worldwide Development. Individual character motivations are often taken for granted by

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Featured Trainees' Studio Coverage

Example Studio Coverage: THE BOURNE IDENTITY

“Bourne’s identity is not important to him anymore. His initial goal is not accomplished as we still don’t really know who he is, generating potential for a sequel.” – Extracts from a script report by our trainee Adam Yee, based on a reading of THE BOURNE IDENTITY found online at on The Daily Script website:

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