Ever had a great idea for a video only to find yourself staring at a blank screen for an eternity when you sit down for a spot of scriptwriting?
Luckily for you (and everyone who isn’t paid to write scripts for a living), help is at hand.
Our interconnected studios in the UK and Australia collaborate with clients all over the world in the film, TV, gaming, video production, events, marketing and advertising industries.
No stress about ‘getting it right’ - let a professional handle it
Expert guidance to ensure the script is screen-ready
Objective review to identify what needs to stay, and suggestions for what needs to go
Jumbla’s scriptwriting service takes the pain out of translating your ideas for the spoken word, freeing you from what can become a time consuming and frustrating process.
We’ve written hundreds of scripts since opening our doors in 2012, and in that time we’ve honed our approach to deliver consistently outstanding results.
Jumbla has dedicated copywriters who can balance the fine line between captivating your viewers and capturing your key points. You’ll get the opportunity to review drafts and provide feedback and requests.
We don’t limit ourselves to one tone of voice. Our scriptwriters are adaptable to whatever style you require and will always bear your audience, and your objectives, in mind.
Our strength lay not just in not the expertise, systems and processes we’ve built over the years - it’s also in the knowledge of how a written script complements on-screen vision, and the relationship between our creatives and scriptwriters. These are key to producing the most engaging and relevant scripts for every project we undertake.
Jumbla Executive Producer Charlotte Parsons said seeking assistance with scriptwriting also provided a valuable external perspective.
“The reason we always suggest using an in-house scriptwriter is because clients can be too close to their projects,” says Charlie.
“It can be difficult to write a script when you’ve got so much to say about your product or service.
“You actually don’t need to say too much because a lot of the communication will be visual.”
The Summit Creative Awards
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The Muse Awards
The Communicator Awards
The Bass Awards
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The Daytime Emmy Awards
The Webby Awards
The Horizon Interactive Awards
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