Pat HigginsWriter, Director
Pat Higgins is a British scriptwriter and director, described as the ‘Essex Auteur’ by Empire and ‘the Tarantino of budget gore flicks for style and dialogue’ by SFX.
Pat has lectured in screenwriting and idea generation at universities and colleges for over a decade, and his live talks are regularly scheduled at stages ranging from international film festivals to TEDx.
His latest project, a musical horror-comedy called Powertool Cheerleaders vs the Boyband of the Screeching Dead, was the most popular Kickstarter film project in the world (out of over 74,000 live film projects at the time) at several points in October 2020. The film has just completed principal photography and will be released internationally in 2022.
In addition to his credited works, Pat also works as an uncredited script doctor and freelance copywriter.
Pat’s Write a Movie in 30 Days challenges for London Screenwriters’ Festival in 2020 and 2021 proved to be extremely popular.
Pat Higgins is appearing at the following sessions:
(Coming Soon) From Spec To Screen: Script Devel The Low-Budget Masterpiece: Your Key to Self-Determined Success with Pat Higgins
We are thrilled to have Pat with us live! Whether you are participating in his 30-Day Script Challenge or not, Pat holds the key to the kingdom.
It’s the midpoint of the challenge, and like all midpoints, it’s time to revitalize your story with more energy and impact! Pat’s back to invigorate you and your writing.
In the heat of summer it began, and now, in the cool breeze of autumn, Pat returns to wrap up the challenge. How is your low-budget script? Are you ready to launch it out into the world?
You are going to write a low budget feature film that can be made in 2022. And it’s longer than thirty days, with training from conception, through first draft and rewrites.
Are you looking to cut your teeth on making your first film and then carry on from there to build a sustainable career in filmmaking? Speak to Pat Higgins and Fenella Greenfield with your questions on how to make your micro budget short.