Movie Scripts / Comedy Scripts / TV Scripts / Help / Resources / And So Much More!


I do my best to endeavour to find you the absolute best resources on the Internet to find movies scripts, comedy scripts, TV scripts and treatments along with much needed help and resources.  I will keep adding to this page where and when I find new resources, so be sure to bookmark!

SCRIPT ADVICE WRITER’S ROOM on Facebook – I set up this group to support the work I do here at Script Advice it is THE group to join if you want great support, friendly advice and to be part of an inclusive, creative bunch of writers on Facebook. Join us now!

My LinkedIn profile – Find me on LinkedIn here.

SCRIPT MAGAZINE An excellent magazine aimed at informing, promoting and expanding the knowledge and no how of writers everywhere. I blog for this mag – highly recommended – This site aims to provide you with all the information you need as you progress in your writing career. – Euroscript – an essential screenwriting tool for anyone interested in the business of getting their script the best it can be. I also regularly blog for this site – and am proud to do so. – WOOLY WRITING Writing mistakes you don’t want to make, my recent advice published on the American Screenwriters website. – TV Writing; one of the best places to download television and film scripts. – I recommend this site, run by writer director Charles Harris.

London Screenwriters’ Festival – Yearly get together of the great and the good. Come learn from the experts in over 100 sessions, network and pitch your ideas.

Media Directory News – I am blogging for the Media Directory; get useful information and lots more from this site too.

London Breakfast Club – Learn from the best speakers and network your ideas. Check out the past guest speakers to see my lecture.

BBC – Writersroom – BBC Writersroom identifies and champions new writing talent and diversity across BBC Drama, Entertainment and Children’s programmes.

Broadcastnow – The Website for the TV & Radio Industry

National association of writers groups – Do you belong to a writing group? Are you a short story writer, a novelist, a playwright, a poet, a non-fiction writer? Then there’s something for you on the NAWG website.

ScriptWriter Online Magazine – The online resource.

Arvon Foundation – The home of good creative writing. At four writing houses around the UK they give you the opportunity, the time and space to write with the support of expert practical tuition by published writers. With many useful further links via their site. – Formed to offer a unique reference point on how to write almost anything.If you want to write, whether it’s novels, articles or poetry.

Media Guardian – The Media section of the U.K. Newspaper, The Guardian.

Lighthouse – Creative and professional development opportunities for screenwriters/film makers.

Guardian Blogs – Arts, Radio, Tv and Theatre information site plus writer blogs.

Support website for women writers – networking, information.

Creative Writers Network – Mentoring website for writers main base – Ireland.

Get Writing – Publish your own work online via the BBC Get Writing help page. – Blue Cat Screenplay competition, every winner receives a written analysis, $10,000 prize for the winner.

NFTS – National Film and Television School Training for the Film and Television industry – I am one of their lecturers.

BBC Writer’s Academy The Academy’s role is to discover the next generation of writers for BBC 1’s flagship drama series and then develop them to work across the entire range of BBC’s drama output.

Rocliffe Bafta New Writing Forum – excellent site for writers keen to develop their career – great competition too.

Raindance film and television festival – great website for information, screenwriting courses, newsletters and of course, the festival itself.

A very good site where you can find answers to all basic screenwriting questions

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Once I had a first draft, I honestly couldn’t tell if it was any good. I hadn’t written for TV before and had no idea what the structure for an episode was…I knew I needed to get some expert eyes on it, so I went to Yvonne… She’s had 30+ years in the industry and seemed to fundamentally understand TV drama. She was the right person to help. I’d had lots of positive feedback about how strong my opening pages were. I was really, really proud of them. And one of Yvonne’s first comments was, “the opening’s got to change”…I trusted her though, and she was right…


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