with Harriet Bratt
You have a great idea, you can see your script come to life and yet for some reason the only thing you are not doing is writing. Scrolling on social media, watching netflix, connecting with friends and family, you even decluttered the house but still the computer sits with an empty screen.
Harriet shares with you how to connect to your passion and maintain a grounded motivation to persist with your projects and enjoy the process of creation.
Appearing in this session
Wednesday 27th May
Wondering how to implement Sean Robert Daniels’s revolutionary story break strategies on your specific work in progress? Zoom on in to this Script Chat and grab some face time with the Nicholl Fellow himself.
In the crowded landscape of television production, binge watchers search by genre. Netflix, Amazon, and every other streaming service automatically feed viewers more of what they like. Writing in a specific genre is more important than ever before. How do you appeal to the fans of your chosen genre?
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.