Scripting issue to rename a file.......

A personal issue at home with my media section.

I have a script that moves my content into its own folder......


#!/bin/bash
find . -type f ! -name "*script*" | while read file;
do
    f=$(basename "$file")
    f1=${f%.*}
    mkdir "$f1"
    mv "$f" "$f1"
done

I would like to modify the script ...
Imagine I have 4 files in a directory - Every files has " - S"*****************
NameOfShow -SXXEXX - Description
NameOfShow1 - SXXEXX - Description 1
NameOfShow 2 - SXXEXX - Description 2
NameOfShow 3 - SXXEXX - Description 3

I run the script - I would like to remove everything after the NameOfShow" - S*"
Files should become:
NameOfShow
NameOfShow1
NameOfShow2
NameOfShow3
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ozoCommented:
f1=${f%% -S*}

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ChoakemAuthor Commented:
ozo - Perfect~!!

Sorry for the delay!
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