In our history of developing screenplays we have:

  • Workshopped materials through development labs, including those hosted by – Torino Film Lab, NFTS, Sundance Collab, Channel 4, BBC, BFI NETWORK, BAFTA, Film London & B3Media.
  • Produced award winning, internationally selected short films
  • Successfully pitched for BFI NETWORK funding
  • Copy editing experience (15 years+)
  • Curated an internationally collaborative screenwriting workshop between the UK and Ghana, supported by The British Council.
  • Been nominated for screenwriting awards (Women X, UK & WMM Int’l, Los Angeles)
  • Programmed and judged submissions for film festivals (Mill Valley, Los Angeles & World Cinema Film Festival, UK)

Answers To Frequently Asked Questions:

  • All genres are accepted.
  • Please ensure you complete the information about your script and writer(s) before submitting for payment. You can see this by clicking on the Mediathirsty logo on your selected product.
  • Allow 2-3 weeks for your report once your script has been submitted.
  • Script file uploads must be no bigger than 1Mb
  • Prices quoted are per draft of the script.
  • Prices displayed will have VAT at 20% added when checking out.
  • Script page limits do not include the title page.
  • Screenwriters can be based anywhere in the world.
  • Mediathirsty only accepts scripts written in English.

Mediathirsty’s Terms:

  • By submitting a script, the submitter acknowledges that they have:
    (i) read, understood and agreed to the Terms, and
    (ii) obtained consent from any and all owners, creators, writers, producers, and/or other authorized representatives or rights holders of the Film whose consent is required to submit the script to Mediathirsty.
  • Submission fees are non-refundable.
  • Mediathirsty has the right to refuse (and refund) material it deems excessively violent or overly sexual in content.
  • Any similarities of story narratives in scripts submitted to our own existing slated projects, is purely coincidental.

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