with Catherine Williams
In this three-hour lab with Catherine, you will get to grips with the commissioning process, delivery expectations and the overall business of the children’s TV market.
If you have small kids, you should almost certainly turn up to this lab with a gift for Catherine, as she will have written the shows your kids will have seen – and given you some much needed parenting headspace into the bargain… Teletubbies, Topsy and Tim, Waffle the Wonderdog, Bing… to name but a few.
Catherine knows this sector like no one else; if you want to write for it, this is unmissable.
Expect competition for the six slots to be high, so only submit when your work is the best that it can be. To be considered, you will need to submit the following:
- A treatment for your television project (between two-six pages).
- A supporting statement about you and the project, giving context.
Appearing in this session
Credits include New Teletubbies, Topsy and Tim, Waffle the Wonder Dog, Chip and Potato
In this three-hour lab with Michal Aviram you will learn how to conceive, pitch, write and deliver crime drama and thriller that is, crucially, not American to the powerhouse streaming companies like Netflix and Amazon Prime.
The smart writers know that the best way to learn to write under pressure, hone craft, create contacts and earn both credits and money is through the soaps and serial TV.
Enrich and focus your story by immersing yourself in the lives of your characters in this three-hour lab for TV and film screenwriters.
How do you write a script that will be attractive to UK and international producers working in the £250K to £900K range? How do you make it cinematically rich and rewarding with a powerful story AND the ability to be shot cheaply and quickly?