Join us for this intensive two-day workshop that breaks down the art and craft of reading scripts to help improve your own writing, to also improve your feedback for other writers and most importantly, to earn you money as a professional reader.
When: Sat 3rd – Sun 4th February 2018
Where: Ealing Studios, Ealing W5 5EP
How much: £89 - EARLY BIRD (£139 - FULL PRICE)
Learn how to produce industry standard analysis for agents, producers, production companies and broadcasters – all of whom have mountainous ‘read’ piles. The ability to distinguish a ‘Pass’ from a ‘Consider’, or even a ‘Recommend’ will make you a valuable asset to the biggest and most prolific production companies. Key elements covered include:
BREAKING INTO SCRIPT READING is tailored for those who want to gain understanding of how the marketplace works, as well as how to analyse screenplays professionally.
'The course has gone over and above my expectations. It has been a real shot in the arm for my creativity.’
‘Recommended for the networking as well as the in-depth knowledge’
Karol Griffiths – Script Editor & Supervisor
In other words: script reading is a PERFECT job for the creatively minded!
‘Lucy is an exceptional presenter, and has shared her passion with clarity and fizz!’
99% would recommend to a friend
99% agreed the course was value for money
Delegates gave an overall rating of 4.7 out of 5
...to this killer session from the last Script reading Masterclass, with two working script readers. Hear from those at the coal face just how it works. This 40 minute video session will be mailed to you when you sign up. In this session with Lucy were Zina Wegrzynski (Script and Development Editor, Kindle Entertainment) and Sabina Smitham (Freelance reader and development exec).
If your screenwriting is not taken to a whole new level during the workshop, I will give you a full refund on the spot. Remember, as an organization, we are in the trenches right beside you. We have made films, we are making films and we connect with hundreds of experienced filmmakers through the London Screenwriters' Festival.
Chris Jones // Creative Director