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what we do

We offer one-off meeting and feedback sessions, as well as longer-term mentorship to writers developing work for screen.

Whether this is your first foray into writing for TV or film, you’re finessing a script, treatment or outline for commission, or you’d just value a fresh pair of eyes, we can support you with next steps.

Tamar Saphra


Tamar Saphra is a Script Editor with a breadth of experience working with writers on original series’, as well as both short and feature films. She was development coordinator with BBC drama, and Assistant Script Editor on NEAL STREET's CALL THE MIDWIFE (BBC) as part of ELEVEN FILM’s Duly Noted Scheme 2023. Her most recent credit is with CARNIVAL FILMS as Assistant Script Editor on a SKY/PEACOCK 5 x 60' Drama LOCKERBIE.


Tamar was a reader and shadow script editor on the C4 Screenwriting Course 2020, for BBC Writersroom (Open Call; TV Drama Writers Programme; Script Room), for BBC Writers Academy, and for All3Media. She has been Script Editor on three short films, and is currently building her own development slate, collaborating with four screenwriters across three original series’ and two feature films. 

our rates

& outlines

up to 10 pages – £140


up to 60 pages – £150

60-90 pages – £200

90-120 pages – £250


If you’re interested in longer-term mentorship, please let us know and we can discuss possible options and costs.

How we work: We read your script, treatment or outline and then meet with you for 1-1.5 hours (on Zoom). Through discussion, we offer constructive feedback and notes to help you get your work to its next iteration.

If you’d like written notes to summarise our discussion, we can offer this at an additional charge of £60 - just let us know.

In-person meetings: where possible, there is an option to meet in-person in a central or East London location instead of online. For in-person meetings, there is an additional charge of £30.

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