We're an AI-powered story discovery and adaptation platform proudly based in Boston, MA.
Through our Bookscribs Labs emerging innovations, we're using groundbreaking technology to simplify the Media & Entertainment industry's story adaptation process.
Redefine humanity's storytelling experience by curating the world's stories through the state of the art artificial intelligence innovation.
Inspire innovative story discovery, analysis, and adaptation experiences on-demand for next-generation storytellers.
Bookscribs empowers Authors, Literary Agents, Publishers, Independent Producers, and Movie Studios in story discovery, acquisition, and adaptation decision making support.
Browse AI-powered, personalized story recommendations.
Evaluate story recommendations and receive AI-powered, adaptation suitability analysis.
Request options and order commercially viable, culturally impactful, cost effective script adaptations.
Bookscribs employs machine learning and natural language processing to simplify the story discovery, recommendation, analysis, and adaptation process.
Our core methodologies leverage deep production and adaptation suitability insights to enhance the human curation process. We use artificial intelligence to maximize story discoverability, sellability, and adaptability.
Our platform streamlines the content curation process and empowers storytellers and producers with the tools necessary to find, understand, and acquire stories faster and better.
We aim to lower costs, enhance the proliferation of human-AI creativity collaboration, and adapt more stories into commercially viable, culturally impactful movies at scale.
Artificial Intelligence is rapidly evolving in text generation and text analytics capability and capacity.
At Bookscribs, we're building advanced AI that affords all storytellers an end to end, more streamlined solution for story discovery, acquisition, and adaptation.
On average, a story's lifecycle from marketplace to movie screen can range from 3-8 years, costs hundreds of millions of dollars in time, labor, and development, and reducing the quality and volume of stories the world could experience.
We aim to change this Media and Entertainment narrative for the next generation of storytelling.
Check out some of our Frequently Asked Questions by Bookscribs clients.
Wall scribbling. Story sharing. Movie making. Problem solving.
In 2018, Founder Allen Redwing produced films and sought ways to enhance his screenwriting and story development process. He conceived and developed an idea coined Cinematic Syntax Assimilation, a framework by which all stories could be converted into screenplays using Artificial Intelligence.
Our technology and methodology have received vetting by MIT Researchers, Top scientists, and ML professionals from Sony, Google, Disney, and Netflix.
Additionally, we are the only Literary and Media Technology company that provides AI-driven adaptation suitability analysis for stories.
Our goal is to empower all storytellers in the content lifecycle on adaptation suitability and content value.
Personalized story recommendation.
This product enables Authors, Publishers, and Literary Agents to market their titles based on movie production suitability as a core focus.
Additionally, it allows Movie Producers user-friendly personalized story recommendations based on our unique proprietary process for enhanced story discovery.
Personalized story analysis.
This product provides AI-driven, in-depth story analysis based on production suitability insights for literary and media professionals seeking to acquire content.
Personalized screenplay generation.
This product will provide automated story adaptation for authors, screenwriters, media producers seeking to adapt stories for screens efficiently.
For more information, please see our Plans pages.
We are based in Boston and Nevada; however, our team is a diverse mix of professionals from across the United States, India, Canada, and as far as Tunisia.
Founder Allen Redwing, movie director, screenwriter, and independent producer, founded Bookscribs out a pressing need to discover, produce, and revision both the storytelling process and experience of movie-making.
At current, we only accept English translation titles for analysis, but plan to allow for multi-language submissions in the future.