21 February, 2007
The Script Factory TV Forum is a two day training and networking event devoted to writing for the small screen (or even the plasma HD-ready widescreen...). While Film and Theatre require the audience to come to you, television uniquely reaches them right where they sit. If you are serious about a career writing drama then spend two days in April with us finding out how to get your work into living rooms across the land.
Through a combination of training, guest speakers and panel discussions, TV Forum aims to inspire participants to consider how their talents, ideas and aspirations may be suited to the wide range of TV drama opportunities, from soap writing to original single dramas or innovative sitcoms. Over two days, we aim to give screenwriters an essential overview of the current TV landscape coupled with the language, resources and industry knowledge required to further explore how to forge their own TV writing career.
Thursday 26 & Friday 27 April 2007, 10am-5pm
Soho Theatre, Dean Street, London W1
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