27 May, 2009

Serious Screenwriting 2009

Friday 5 & Saturday 6 June 2009
BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London W1

Please Note: the concept is the same, but all sessions are new this year, so if you enjoyed this event in 2008, we’d love to see you again this year.

Serious Screenwriting is back and even better! We’ve teamed up with BAFTA for this year's programme to give you unparalleled access to the most influential decision-makers and most inspiring filmmakers working in the UK today. If you'd like to hear how the world's current Number 1 screenwriter, Simon Beaufoy, worked his magic on Slumdog Millionaire; watch Justine Wright, the UK's hottest editor unravelling her approach to storytelling on the blockbuster State Of Play; hear international stars like Jenny Agutter and David Morrissey explain what makes a script stand out for them; find out what ideas Working Titles's Debra Hayward and some of her fellow top UK execs are looking for; or bag a meeting with super producers David Parfitt or Duncan Kenworthy, then Serious Screenwriting is the place to start.

If you are serious about a writing career in the British film industry, this two-day network and training event aims to help you ensure that your talent, passion, energy and time are invested in projects that are genuinely screen-worthy and that, after two days with BAFTA and The Script Factory, you are clued up about the opportunities which exist for getting your films made.

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Serious Screenwriting costs £185 + VAT (total £212.75).
There is a special discounted rate for Script Factory Members of £155 + VAT (total £178.25). Click here for details on Script Factory Membership.


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