Do you need an expert to offer concise, practical and immediately useful feedback on your screenplay or treatment?
If the answer is yes, then you should apply to be considered for the Euroscript Script Surgery.
How does it work?
You must have a ticket for the festival to use this service. The Story and Script Clinic is an opportunity for writers to get advice from our experienced script doctors about their stories, scripts, and ideas.
Successful applicants will be able to book one of our 50-minute appointments via the booking system when it goes live in September.
Submissions open on 17th July and close on 27th Aug. To submit your application you will need to upload:
- A story outline of no more than two pages.
- The first ten pages of a script (we can only assess the first ten pages).
- (optional) Questions about the project or your writing.
We try to be flexible about these guidelines but please follow them as closely as possible.
We have limited time to read material in advance, and for the session itself, so think carefully about what you want to send.
The clinic is open for all three days of the festival.
Successful applicants are announced on 30th Aug after which they can book their slots with a reader.
The desk is manned by a duty script doctor who’ll be happy to talk to you about your work in an informal workshop with any other writers who may be using the service.
- “If you can get to do this – do it. Best thing I’ve done by far at LSF.”
Rachel Meaden, Screenwriter
- “This alone was worth the trip to LSF.”
Faith Pennick, Screenwriter
- “Extremely helpful practical advice – expert insight into the structure of the screenplay.”
Luke Harding, Screenwriter
- “Really nice feedback and tutor. I think it was just brilliant.”
Gaile Garnelyte, Screenwriter
- “Brilliant, detailed feedback – really helped me see next steps for script.”
Lorren Boniface, Screenwriter
- “The tutor gave me concise, useful, intelligent feedback and was lovely … I thought it was perfect.”
Joanna Gordon, Screenwriter
- “Helped me get to the core of my story. Make sure you do it again next year!”
Rita Wheeler, Screenwriter