Our three heavyweight producers share Big Vision. Collectively they have dominated over 5 decades, always breaking the mould, always exploring the original and the fresh. And they are still doing so.
Tony Garnett’s credits include Cathy Come Home, Kes, Cardiac Arrest Between the Lines, Law And Order , This Life , The Cops….
Beryl Vertue, CBE’s, credits includes Steptoe and Son, Til Death Do Us Part, The Who’s rock Opera, Tommy , Coupling, Men Behaving badly and of course Sherlock .
Ruth Caleb, OBE’s, credits includes, Last Resort, Out Of Control, Care, Bullet Boy, Judge John Deed, Pat And Margaret, Short Stay In Switzerland, The Last Days of Lehman Brothers, The Whale and A Poet in New York.
And Barbara Machin, herself a TV heavyweight (Waking The Dead) will chair the panel.
Join us for an unforgettable conversation and maybe, just maybe, you may end up rethinking your projects through the Big Vision lens.
Appearing in this session
Credits include: Sherlock, Jekyll, Tommy
Credits include: Last Resort, Tomorrow La Scala, A Poet in New York
Credits include: Kes, Beautiful Thing, This Life
Credits include: Waking The Dead, The Bill
Screenwriting for Film and Television
Adapting a successful novel or other work seems like a logical evolution, but the process can be problematic. How do you navigate the minefield?
Do you consider yourself a feature writer but really want to get in to TV writing? Are you a TV aficionado and want to try your hand at writing for the big screen? Then this session is for you!
What was that written moment, what was that character action or specific turn of phrase that made our panel of renowned actors pick up the phone and tell their agent, ‘I’m In!’
Unleash the creativity already present. Discover that your own work is already deeper than you ever imagined and that you have unimaginable access to creative capabilities that you only suspected.
Discover the seven narrative dynamics evident in Pixar movies. Scott will illustrate how Pixar filmmakers use these narrative ‘secrets’ and you can learn how you can adopt them when crafting your own stories.
Drawing inspiration from the great story tellers of the world, Producer and Director of the world famous NFTS, Nik Powell examines storytelling from the point of view of the producer not as is usual from the point of view of the writer or director.