Tag Archives: drama

UK Contest Winner – MADAME CAVELL by Phillip Ramati

Last week, we confirmed Phillip Ramati as our winner for the  UK Screenwriting contest for his script MADAME CAVELL. Phillip was one of the first people to enter this contest and for winning he receives a cash prize of £500, a year of free script development and mentoring worth over $3,200, and potential representation within

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What your scripts have been telling us: January to June 2016

Insights: Genre and what it really tells us

By Ian Kennedy, WriteMovies Director of World Wide Development:   Genre is so often key to convincing producers, and audiences, to take an interest in your story. Yet at the same time, I hear lots of writers and viewers complaining about formulaic, predictable, derivative stories that lack originality and interest precisely because of their adherence

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Example Studio Coverage: PULP FICTION

“This non-linear format could be disorienting for audiences and hence hard to follow, buy cialis especially seeing as this format is not regularly used. However, each story is distinctly separated from the other with the use of title cards, so any immediate confusion should be dismissed fairly quickly…” Extracts from a script report by our trainee

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