What is the script reading service? 

Your script is read by EI’s Creative Director, Ola Animashawun.  Upon receiving your script, we will send you a report (of up to two pages) outlining its current strengths whilst also highlighting areas for possible further improvement.   

Ours is a bespoke service led by our understanding of writers and what they want:   

  • Quick turnaround – up to two weeks 
  • Detailed feedback – up to two pages 
  • Easy submission– send by email 


Submission guidelines:  

Scripts may be submitted via email to  info@euphoricink.co.uk, with subject “script reading service”.  

Script format: 

  • 12 point, Ariel font. 
  • Double spaced. 


“I was very impressed by the script feedback I received from Euphoric Ink.
It was incisive, thoughtful and showed a great deal of attention to detail
(more than I’d been able to do myself!). 
For the level of feedback and benefit I received from Ola and Nadine’s report, it was amazingly good value. 
I can’t recommend it highly enough to other writers.”
Sarah Naomi Lee, Writer



  • How do I pay for my report? 

Payment for script reports is via bank transfer. You will be invoiced via email and asked to quote the invoice number on your transfer. 


  • How quickly can I receive my report? 

Within two weeks of your transfer clearance date. 


  • How will I receive my report? 

We will send it to you via email. 


  • Euphoric Ink Script Reading Rates: 

The fee per script report is  approximately £200 – subject to length of script 

The above rate is calculated on the basis of an hourly charge of £60/hour, which takes into account the reading of your script, preparation of notes and writing the report. 



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