When we imagine our characters, we often cast the roles in our heads. It’s a great way to envision the movie that will be born from your script. When you write, is that where the process stops for you?
Unless you have direct contacts, the strongest asset you possess to attract brilliant actors is your talent. Creating three-dimensional, conflicted characters in unique and authentic stories is the key to attach the best names to elevate your script.
In this session, writers will hear directly from professional actors what they look for when a script comes across their desk, what turns their “Maybes” into “Yes’s.” and what are the convincers that will make them happily work for scale (and sometimes even for free!).
Appearing in this session
Credits include: Never Let Go, Offensive
Credits include: The Catherine Tate Show, Little Heart
Credits include: Doctor Who, Peep Show
Credits include: Moon, The Machine, Scar Tissue
Credits include: Teen Wolf, Blade Runner 2049
Screenwriting for Film & Television
Get your TV project in the best shape it can be for both a competitive as well as exciting marketplace in 2020.