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How to Write for Screen: Film & TV Masterclass

Wednesday, April 14, 2010 Craig Grobler 0 Comments

Do you want to write for film or television? How do you go about learning the best way to tell your stories in script format? What books (and scripts) should you read? Do you need to do a degree in scriptwriting or can you do short courses? Who should you submit to and what should you submit? Are film and television writers different from novelists?

This Masterclass will answer all these questions and more. So if you want to write for film or television, don't miss this event with a distinguished panel from film, TV and books.

The London Book Fair, in association with the Daily Mail and FOYLES, is delighted to announce two Masterclass seminars for aspiring authors and scriptwriters this year.

Bestselling author and acclaimed TV writer David Nicholls (COLD FEET, STARTER FOR TEN), Dr Craig Batty (author and Senior Lecturer in Screenwriting, Bournemouth University), Paul Ashton (Producer at BBC writersroom) join Chair Julian Friedmann (Blake Friedman, Literary, TV & Film Agent) for the HOW TO WRITE FOR SCREEN: FILM & TV MASTERCLASS.

The London Book Fair Masterclass sessions have established themselves as must-attend events for the public and are designed to place a focus on creative writing and provide invaluable tips for aspiring authors on how to get their work published.

How to Write for Screen: Film & TV Masterclass

Conference Centre Rooms 1 & 2, Earls Court 1
Warwick Road, London, SW5 9TA

2.30pm - 5pm, Saturday 17 April, 2010

For more information & tickets head over to: The London Book Fair