Lucy V Hay

Script editor | Bang2write
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Lucy V Hay aka ‘Bang2write’ is a novelist, script editor, screenwriter and blogger who helps writers. She is one of the organisers of London Screenwriters’ Festival and is associate producer of the Brit Thriller Deviation, starring Danny Dyer and Anna Walton.

Lucy has read for indie prodcos, screen agencies, investment initiatives and directors, producers, writers and filmmakers far and wide. Her debut novel, But What Next? has just been bought by Rowohlt Publishers, Germany.

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Lucy V Hay is appearing at the following sessions:

Breaking Into Script Reading, 2 day workshop with Lucy V Hay (June 22nd & 23rd 2019)

Breaking Into Script Reading, 2 day workshop with Lucy V Hay (June 22nd & 23rd 2019)

An intensive two-day workshop that breaks down the art and craft of reading scripts to help improve your own writing, to also improve your feedback for other writers and most importantly, to earn you money as a professional reader.

I wrote a novel as well....

I wrote a novel as well....

We are writers. So why not write a novel as well as screenplays? How did these new screenwriters and novelists get their foot through the door and get published? What traction has that given them? What doors are now open?

The Craft: Advanced Fundamentals of Screenwriting with Lucy V Hay

The Craft: Advanced Fundamentals of Screenwriting with Lucy V Hay

The Craft: Advanced Fundamentals of Screenwriting is a must for any writer who needs to get laser focus on their actual pages and elevate their projects from ‘good’ to ‘recommend’. So, buckle up and prepare to massively transform your writing!  

What Can Writers Learn From 'The Handmaid's Tale'?

What Can Writers Learn From 'The Handmaid's Tale'?

Lucy V Hay will be discussing the craft that underpins the writing and making of The Handmaid’s Tale, as well as its controversies. When so many writers want to conceive of storylines that ‘say something’ and send red alerts about the state of the world today, this session is unmissable!

What will actually happen to your finished script? Live script edit

What will actually happen to your finished script? Live script edit

Live and dynamic script redraft, edit, slash and burn… Only for the bravest of writers!