We’re proud to announce our partnership with Script Angel, an international professional talent development organisation for screenwriters who will come onboard to offer professional, tailored script development support to the Emerging Brit writers.
The Emerging Brits programme has been designed to recognise breakthrough talent, boost the profiles of the most standout members of the National Youth Film Academy and further support their growth and development.
With the aim of providing the young talent with all the skills they require to succeed in the industry, we have partnered with Script Angel.
Script Angel help screenwriters elevate their craft and advance their screenwriting career, their recent work includes delivering a writer development program for Channel Four Television (Diversity team) and delivering a bespoke Feature Film Accelerator Program for emerging Canadian screenwriters.
Script Angel has also delivered professional writer-development training in partnership with Women in Film & Television, Cannes Film Festival, Raindance Film Festival, Society of Authors, Writers’ Guild of Great Britain, Craft of Comedy, Morena Films and many others.
Script Angel will be on hand to offer professional, tailored script development support to the Emerging Brit writers at every stage of their screenwriting journey to ensure they develop and achieve their full potential.
Hayley McKenzie, Founder and CEO of Script Angel, explained;
“We are delighted to partner with the National Youth Film Academy to help develop the next generation of British filmmaking talent. The UK’s film and television industries are booming, offering incredible opportunities to new and emerging voices. Script Angel is thrilled to be at the heart of discovering and developing the best new writing talent.” Hayley McKenzie, Founder and CEO of Script Angel
Rob Earnshaw, Chief Executive of National Youth Film Academy, said;
“I am delighted to partner with Script Angel, our writers are in safe hands with their experienced script editors who will work with our Emerging Brits throughout their screenwriting journey to develop their work and elevate their projects to industry standard. We look forward to seeing their work on the big and small screen in the future.” Rob Earnshaw, Chief Executive of National Youth Film Academy