History Studio provides producers, directors, screenwriters, actors, set designers, costume designers and all creative professionals with the behind-the-scenes research needed to make every production as gripping, powerful, and accurate as it can be. No question is too big or too small for our team of award-winning scholars, writers, and subject experts.
Every day someone is pitching a project to your company. You may have scouts out in the field searching for the best new books or storylines. But did you know that some of the most exciting books being written are not represented by an agent or don’t yet have a publisher?
In the video game world, history represents a rich, vivid context for compelling storylines and characters—and it has for decades, from the original Oregon Trail PC game in the 1970s to newer releases set in medieval Europe or the Old West. Now that gaming is expanding on an ever-growing set of platforms, accurate historical context and narratives are more important than ever.
Every day in the news events happen that ordinary people are eager to learn more about. Podcasts, and particularly podcast series, have become one of the most interesting ways that audiences now connect to content as listeners.
Theater is the place to bring rich stories to life. History Studio is uniquely placed to connect you with the exact stories that could be rendered particularly well on the stage. We have critical connections to a vast network of scholars working on book-length and article treatments of powerful events, both historical and contemporary.
A powerful screenplay is the basis of award-winning films and television productions. Whether you write for an existing television series, you’ve been asked to write a screenplay for a major motion picture, or you’re writing a screenplay you hope to get picked up by a studio or network, History Studio offers you invaluable assistance.
Are you an author with a great project that you just know would translate beautifully on screen or make an excellent online game? Are you an expert in your field who is contacted regularly to share your expertise on documentaries but feel you need to have some representation in that process and some protections to make sure your work is credited?