Saturday, September 11, 2010

Want feedback from a producer, a writer & a script editor?

Sign up for REWRITE: An Insider's Guide To Working With Script Editors And Producers and that's exactly what you'll get. For a month after this seminar on October 2nd you'll have the chance to submit a pitch doc for one of your projects. The feedback will help you get this selling document ready for sending out to the industry.

So what happens on the day? Expect a fun, friendly and info-packed day for writers of all levels who are interested in exploring a career as a screenwriter or script editor. This unique seminar is a rare chance to hear from six speakers with a wealth of UK and international film and broadcast experience. They are:
Philip Shelley: Script Editor and Producer. Philip has worked with most of the UK's leading writers and producers. He is one of the UK's most respected script consultants and trainers.

Arabella Page-Croft: Producer, Black Camel Pictures. Arabella has successfully produced two features both with international sales and distribution and is currently prepping to shoot her third.

Turan Ali: Producer, Bona Broadcasting. Turan has a huge range of experience as a producer of both TV and radio that covers the world of international drama and documentary.

Rob Fraser: Writer. Rob has an extensive CV of credits and has worked with all the UK's broadcasters. He has written for Holby City, Taggart, Monarch Of The Glen and many, many others.

Louise Ironside: Writer. Louise works across TV, radio and stage and is currently writing for BBC Scotland's River City and The Traverse Theatre Edinburgh.

Peter Hynes: Writer and Script Editor. One of the UK's most prolific and successful writers of live action and animated children's television with currently over one hundred and eighty TV programmes scripted and transmitted worldwide.

Adrian Mead: Writer and Director. Adrian has written or directed a wide range of film and TV projects including, Waking The Dead, The Eustace Brothers, Blue Dove and feature film Night People, winner of the Cineworld BAFTA audience award.

REWRITE: An Insider's Guide To Working With Script Editors And Producers is on Saturday October 2nd between 10am and 5pm at St Columba's-by-the-Castle, 14 Johnston Terrace, Edinburgh, EH1 2PW. The seminar costs £85, including a light lunch. For details, go here.

I should point out I'm not getting a penny for endorsing this event. I've been to several screenwriting seminars organised by Adrian Mead and they're worth every penny. What you see is what you get - so book now!

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