Terms and Conditions

  • February 11, 2023

1. There are no membership fee to Producers, Filmmakers and Script Writers to avail the services of SCRIPTick to begin with. SCRIPTick shall earn only when the scripts curated by it are accepted by a Producer/Filmmaker to produce by buying it. However, in future, SCRIPTick may bring in suitable Membership fee for availing its services.

2. The Script Writers must confirm in Script/Synopsis Submission Form that their story idea is original and that they own the copyright of the submitted material. In case of biopics and adapted stories (from novels/short stories), they must mention or attach copies of documents to present how they obtained the rights from the rights holder to pitch the story based on that.

3. Script Writers are advised to send only SWA or SWAN registered synopsis or scripts. Unregistered synopses/scripts sent to us shall not be accepted or read by our team as a precaution against future claims on copyright infringement.

4. The Script Writers agree that in case their script is taken up for development and curation by Team SCRIPTick, then, the entire business of that script shall be taken care by SCRIPTick and the Script Writer shall be suitably compensated for his script through mutual discussion in addition to a share of revenue in the remake rights.

5. The Script Writers agree and undertake that the shortlisted and curated scripts by Team SCRIPTick will be made accessible to Producers or Filmmakers for the purpose of evaluation and Script Writers of such scripts cannot have any objection for SCRIPTick allowing the access of their scripts to Producers/Filmmakers.

6. SCRIPTick may pitch the shortlisted and curated scripts with Producers or Filmmakers over E-mail or in person, depending on what is comfortable to them.

7. SCRIPTick will not be liable for any disputes arising between the Script Writer and Producers/Filmmakers regarding the shortlisted and curated story/synopsis pitched to them but will provide all necessary information required by either party as the case may be, when there is a dispute between the Script Writer and the Producer/Filmmaker to whom the script was pitched. To be clear, SCRIPTick is only a connecting bridge/platform between script writers and producers/filmmakers to connect them both by offering shortlisted scripts and if there is any dispute relating to plagiarism or copyright infringement of the ideas, SCRIPTick shall be a party only to provide the information on when the script was pitched to a specific Producer/Filmmaker but shall not be a party to the dispute between them. All such disputes relating to story or plagiarism or infringement must be resolved between the Script Writer and Producer/Filmmaker only, without any financial liability on SCRIPTick.

8. In case of any dispute, the jurisdiction of such disputes shall be at Chennai Courts and subject to the courts of Law at Chennai only.


Olivia Coleman

“If the script’s good, everything you need is in there. I just try and feel it, and do it honestly.”


David Lean

“I’m first and foremost interested in the story, the characters.”


Jessica Raine

“For any role, I pretty much always go to the script, first and foremost.”


Vincente Minnelli

“It’s always the story that interests me.”


Mel Brooks

“Everything starts with writing. And then to support your vision, your ideas, your philosophy, your jokes, whatever, you’ve gotta perform them and/or direct them, or sometimes just produce them.”