Scriptwriting careers in UK TV and Film work in a particular way and its key to your success that you understand how it works – and accept the reality of the industry.
And a few scriptwriters I’ve helped this year with my script report service have had major successes too, I’ve been really pleased about that.
This is a genuine EastEnders storyline document if anyone fancies a look – its very old, so I’m sure there’s no commercial problems with sharing it.
I have found on old trial episode of ‘Hollyoaks’ I did many years ago which I’m happy to share for format junkies to take a look at.
As the busiest UK script consultant in UK film and TV – I try really hard to keep my website up to date with fresh blogposts as often as I can – a portion of my work involves helping and encouraging new scriptwriters with my hugely popular script report service and a lot of my online content is aimed at helping new writers get their work into shape – and advising them on the business aspects of scriptwriting as a career (especially in the UK).
That’s the secret to getting a scriptwriting agent
I was really chuffed to be invited on the Light on Leeds podcast recently. Where I was asked to talk about my career, how it started with the Lloyds Bank Channel Four Film Challenge back in the 90s
On top of my work as the UK’s busiest script writer for hire and script consultant, did you know I was a director too? Well you do now…
My script reports include a detailed page-by–page read of your script (with notes and suggestions on how to improve your work) as well as detailed ‘business aspects’ advice, including: Where to send scripts in the UK – Advice on agents and how to approach them-
Actual war stories about the reality of being a working scriptwriter in the UK
I wrote the episode where ‘Alfie’ told ‘Kat’ he loved her, for the first time in EastEnders (all the way back in June 2003).