Read the script, watch the film or TV show, then meet the writers, filmmakers and producers at the festival.
This is a rare opportunity to get access to the script that was taken to set of some of our favourite classic movies, then follow them through the journey of production, examining changes which can be discussed during the session at the festival.
We will also run a Script To Screen LIVE with a major feature film, like the ones we ran at previous festivals with Jim Uhls and Fight Club, W. Peter Iliff and Point Break, Carl Gottlieb and Jaws, Joel Schumacher and The Lost Boys, Joe Eazterhas and Basic Instinct, Ted Tally and Silence Of The Lambs, Dave Reynolds and Finding Nemo and Jeb Stuart with Die Hard.
Script to Screen
It’s about time we did a deep-dive analysis into how animated features get written and produced, which is why we are SUPER excited to get up close and personal with Po, Crane, Mantis, Tigress, Monkey, Oogway and Master Shifu… and of course the film’s director, John Stevenson.
With season six currently in production, Peaky Blinders manages to fuse urban fact with myth to deliver a show crammed with fascinating, compelling and dynamic characters and plot twists and turns that have us all yelling at the screen. Join the show’s director, Anthony Byrne, as he talks us through an episode.
Download the script, read it, then watch the episode accompanied by live commentary from Karol Griffiths, who has over twenty years’ experience as script editor and development consultant on global smash-hit comedies such as Friends, Roseanne and How I Met Your Mother.
Appearing in 107 films in a dazzling three-decade career, Laurel and Hardy are built into the bedrock of classic Hollywood comedy. Last year, Stan & Ollie took audiences on a journey behind the curtain of these stars of vaudeville and screen. Here, the writer Jeff Pope takes us behind the scenes of its making.
Phil is blazing a trail into British television. His fist major gig was on EastEnders last year, and in this intimate and personal session, Phil will share his writing journey through pitch, first draft, rewrites and final shooting via selected scenes.