• SCRIPT CLUB

    IT'S LIKE A MONTHLY BOOK CLUB,

    BUT FOR SCREENWRITERS.

    Hosted by  Luke  Foster

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EACH MONTH, A GROUP OF SCREENWRITERS GET TOGETHER FOR A DEEP-DIVE, ANALYTICAL DISCUSSION OF A PRODUCED SCREENPLAY.

Come and join  us, It's free.

This focuses on good screenwriting craft, whether that’s an evocative line of description, a story beat that effectively reveals character or a theme that resonates throughout the script. Script Club meetings are held online and are also streamed live on CenterFrame’s video channel, with a trimmed down version additionally posted after the event. All screenwriters in the CenterFrame community can take part in the meetings, suggest scripts to discuss and even set up their own events.

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UPCOMING  EVENTS

APRIL 17th
MAY 15th
JUNE 18th
NOVEMBER 19th
APRIL 17th

POOR THINGS

SCREENPLAY BY TONY MCNAMARA

Host Luke Foster will be joined by screenwriter, filmmaker and author Alessandra De Blasi, director Abbie Lucas and screenwriter Lynsey Cullen.

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MAY 15th

NAPOLEON

SCREENPLAY BY DAVID SCARPA

Host Luke Foster will be joined by screenwriter, script consultant and editor David Wigram, award-winning writer Corey Brotherson and screenwriter and filmmaker Liz van Ingen.

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JUNE 18th

PAST  LIVES

SCREENPLAY BY CELINE SONG

Host Luke Foster will be joined by screenwriter, producer and author Scott Myers and writer/director Nomawonga Khumalo.

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NOVEMBER 19th

THE WRESTLER

SCREENPLAY BY ROBERT SIEGEL

Host Luke Foster will be joined by screenwriter and director Will Nash, novelist and screenwriter Mark Heywood, director, writer and producer Jamie Buckner and writer, director and comedian Al Ronald.

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Rules  of 
​Script  Club

IT'S ABOUT THE SCRIPT

Anyone attending a Script Club meeting must have read that month’s screenplay and not just have watched the film.

No  General  Opinions

Discussions should focus on specific aspects of the script and the writing, not on general opinions about, or criticisms of, the film as a whole.

No Self Promotion

No one discusses, or pitches, their own screenwriting projects.

EASY TO  FIND SCRIPTS  ONLY

Scripts chosen for discussion must be available to read for free online.

PAST EVENTS

Watch  Again

MARCH 20TH, 2024

ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF
​THE SPOTLESS MIND

SCREENPLAY BY CHARLIE KAUFFMANN

Host Luke Foster was joined by screenwriter, producer and instructor Bob Schultz, and actor, writer and producer Rosanne Priest.

FEBRUARY 21ST, 2024

HAPPY VALLEY

SCREENPLAY BY SALLY WAINWRIGHT

Host Luke Foster was joined by screenwriter and police advisor Steve Arnold, screenwriter and consultant forensic psychiatrist Paul Simon Williams and screenwriter Tina Walker. 

JANUARY 17TH, 2024

SHORT FILM SCRIPTS

SCREENPLAYS BY MARTIN SCORCESE & LUÍS BUÑUELAND SALVADOR DALÍ

Host Luke Foster was joined by screenwriter Ben Ferrity, director Alfie Dale, screenwriter Lorna Riley, writer/director Bailey Tom Bailey and film and TV critic Diogo Brüggemann.

DECEMBER 20TH, 2023

HER

SCREENPLAY  BY  SPIKE JONZE

Host Luke Foster was joined by film industry analyst, screenwriter and producer Stephen Follows, writer/director Bernhard Pucher and Artificial Intelligence ChatGPT.

NOVEMBER 15TH, 2023

GET OUT

SCREENPLAY  BY  Jordan   PeeLE

Host Luke Foster was joined by award-winning writer Corey Brotherson, writer, director and 2021 Sundance nominee Nomawonga Khumalo and screenwriter and script consultant David Wigram.

OCTOBER 16TH, 2023

HALLOWEEN

SCREENPLAY  BY  JOHN  CARPENTER  AND  DEBRA HILL

Host Luke Foster was joined by Emmy-award winning writer/director Sylvia Caminer, writer and director Pat Higgins, writer and director Ethan Evans and writer and producer Jess Bartlett.

SEPTEMBER 20TH, 2023

WOMEN TALKING

SCREENPLAY  BY  Sarah  Polley

For September's meeting, we discussed Sarah Polley's screenplay for Women Talking.

AUGUST 16TH, 2023

BARBARIAN

SCREENPLAY  BY  Zach  Cregger

August's meeting discussed Zach Cregger's screenplay for Barbarian.

JULY 18TH, 2023

MEMENTO

SCREENPLAY  BY  Christopher  Nolan

For July's meeting, we discussed Christopher Nolan's screenplay for Memento.

JUNE 21ST, 2023

MOONLIGHT

SCREENPLAY  BY  Barry Jenkins

June's meeting discussed Barry Jenkins' screenplay for Moonlight.

MAY 17TH, 2023

EVERYTHING  EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE

SCREENPLAY  BY  Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert

For May's meeting, we discussed Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert's screenplay for Everything Everywhere All At Once.

APRIL 19TH, 2023

TRAINING  DAY

SCREENPLAY  BY  David Ayer

The meeting in April discussed David Ayer's screenplay for Training Day.

MARCH 19TH, 2023

FLEABAG

SCREENPLAY  BY  phoebe waller-Bridge

For March's meeting, we discussed Phoebe Waller-Bridge's screenplay for Fleabag.

FEBRUARY 15TH, 2023

IN  BRUGES

SCREENPLAY  BY  Martin McDonagh

The meeting in February discussed Martin McDonagh's screenplay for In Bruges.

JANUARY 18TH, 2023

A QUIET PLACE

SCREENPLAY  BY  Bryan Woods, Scott  Beck & John   Krasinski

For January's meeting, we discussed Bryan Woods & Scott Beck and John Krasinski's screenplay for A Quiet Place.

DECEMBER 15TH, 2022

JOKER

SCREENPLAY  BY  Todd Phillips & Scott Silver

The second meeting discussed Todd Phillips & Scott Silver's 

screenplay for Joker.

NOVEMBER 16TH, 2022

THE  BLUES  BROTHERS

SCREENPLAY  BY  Dan Aykroyd  & John  Landis

For our first meeting, we discussed Dan Aykroyd and John Landis' 1979 screenplay for the musical comedy: The Blues Brothers.

A FEW MORE WORDS ABOUT SCRIPT CLUB

SOME  questions  you  might  ask

How does Script Club work?

Before each meeting, a produced screenplay is chosen for discussion and announced in advance to all members of the club, giving everyone who wants to attend the meeting time to read it.

The meeting begins with the writer who chose that month’s script talking about why they selected it and giving some background information about the screenplay. This is followed by an in-depth discussion about the script between a panel of writers.

The meeting is then opened up to all attendees, who can raise points for discussion, and comment on aspects of the script and the screenwriting, they’d like to highlight.

Who can take part?

Script Club is open to writers at all stages of their career, from those with produced credits, to those with projects in development, to those just starting out.

Can I suggest a script?

Yes, anyone is welcome to choose a script for discussion. This can be a feature film or a TV script and can be from any era and in any genre.

An English-language PDF of the screenplay must be available for free online. This should be the shooting script or an early draft of the screenplay and not a transcript.

Some good resources for screenplays include:

How do I join?

If you would like to join Script Club and take part in the meetings, please complete your details in the form below.