ARE YOU AGED 16-24 AND HAVE A STORY IDEA YOU WANT TO TURN INTO A FILM?
Apply now to take part in STORIES FOR SCREEN, a unique series of FREE workshops designed to help you turn your idea into a short script.
Led by multi-award winning writer and director Adrian Mead, the course will teach you about screenwriting techniques, structure and format, providing you with professional guidance and feedback as you develop your script over three sessions.
No experience is required but applicants should be aged 16–24 and committed to attending all three sessions. Feedback will be given on individual scripts and opportunities for future development will be signposted throughout the course. There may even be the chance to have your polished script considered for a future Film City Futures production.
To take part in STORIES FOR SCREEN, email email@example.com with:
A brief paragraph explaining your story idea
Your name, date of birth and contact details
The application deadline is 9am on Monday 24th October.
Session 1: Screenwriting Techniques, Structure and Format
Saturday 29th October, 12pm–5pm
Session 2: Rewriting Strategies and Script Development
Saturday 19th November, 1pm–5pm
Session 3: Working with Actors and Future Development
Saturday 26th November, 1pm–5pm
All sessions will be held at Film City Glasgow, 401 Govan Road, Glasgow G51 2QJ.
This is a FREE course, so there is no fee, but applicants must commit to attending all three sessions and continue to develop their work in between.
About STORIES FOR SCREEN
STORIES FOR SCREEN is hosted by Film City Futures, which provides training and development opportunities in the film and screen industries for young people in Scotland. The sessions will be held at Film City Glasgow, a centre for the screen industries in Scotland which houses over 25 companies from across the production and post-production sector.
The course will be led by Adrian Mead, a multi award winning writer and director of film, television and radio drama. He has numerous credits for BBC, ITV, Channel 4, CBBC and international production companies and broadcasters.
He regularly works in the UK and abroad as a speaker or teacher of creative writing workshops and mentors individuals and groups. His book Making It as a Screenwriter was named by leading industry professionals as the definitive career guide for aspiring screenwriters.
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