SCRIPTick Curation

  • February 11, 2023

Our team of experts shall carefully analyse and curate the scripts to make them suitable for a feature film or web series and for consideration by Producers/Filmmakers.

Curation of a script is a process followed diligently at SCRIPTick whereby each script goes through multiple rounds of reading and analysis by the team to evaluate its potential, suitability and originality before it is approved to pitch to Producers/Filmmakers. During the process of evaluation by the team, many suggestions for modification of the script shall be discussed with the Script Writers and whatever will help to improve the script, shall be taken up and incorporated suitably in the script.

The process of script curation may take couple of weeks to months depending on how quickly the script writer is willing to accept and carry out the modifications required, to make the script convincing and worthy of pitching to Producers/Filmmakers.

SCRIPTick team will approve a script to pitch with Producers/Filmmakers only if the script is fully convincing and finds acceptance among everyone in the team, after it goes through the process of curation and modification necessary.


Vetri Maaran, Director

“It is the golden age of a screenwriter. In this era, if a script writer, has the content, potential and patience to sit and write, he will be rewarded”


Richard E. Grant

“Ensure that your script is watertight. If it’s not on the page, it will never magically appear on the screen.”


Mysskin, Director-Actor

“If there are specialized screenplay writers in Tamil, I can make 4 films a year”


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.”


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.”