At Fluid Films, we provide ala carte creative services including video script writing so that our clients get all the services they need but not the ones they don’t. These include, but are are not limited to the creative development of the video content and are available for all types of projects including commercials, branded content, web video, and scripted and unscripted programing.
Other creative services include:
- Storyboard and shooting board creation
- Design including motion and identity design
- Creative strategy development
- Development of non-fiction (reality) sizzle reels and one sheets.
Our creative team has over 30 years of experience creating design, entertainment, branding and advertising content for Fortune 500 clients. One of us has likely done exactly what you need in something you’ve seen.
Ready to get started? Just give us the details of your project and how you’d like us to help. We’ll get back to you real soon. Want to take a crack at a script yourself? We have a few tips below.
How To Write A Video Script
- Do your research
Talk to your stakeholders and their potential customers. Get to know the product, the company, and its customers. Also, understand the market as a whole.
- Develop a strong creative strategy
Understanding the objectives and who the audience you’re targeting is key to writing an effective script.
- Think conceptually
Develop big ideas that address the needs and wants of the audience and connect to the product. Remember, you’re trying to connect the audience with your story to the company’s objective.
- Tell a memorable story
People don’t like to be told what to do but they do love to be told a good story. The best preachers are storytellers. And the worst storytellers preach. Big messages are a lot more digestable wrapped in a moving story.
- Have an outline with an end in mind.
Your story has a purpose. So keep that in mind when your crafting. Be sure to hit all the key points and work with a three-act structure. A beginning – the setup. The middle – what happens. And the end – the concluding payoff.
- Edit. Edit. Edit.
Your first draft was just that. Rarely is a script good enough on the first second or third draft. Keep at it and make it great!