Festival Week at LondonSWF: Three outstanding one day masterclasses

Festival Week at LondonSWF: Three outstanding one day masterclasses image

For many of our overseas visitors, it makes sense to do more than the London Screenwriters’ Festival. So we created Festival Week, three days of outstanding workshops leading up to the festival.

Get into London on Monday, then attend one day workshops on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and attend the festival Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

As a delegate you can come to these additional workshops which offer excellent value. Spaces will be limited so please make sure to book your tickets early if you plan to attend. We are flying in two of our speakers from Hollywood, so you won’t be catching them running these events in the UK again any time soon!

Festival Week: Additional One Day Masterclasses

Networking Tuesday, work the room with confidence: Day 1 of LondonSWF Festival Week (Sept. 4th 2018)

Networking Tuesday, work the room with confidence: Day 1 of LondonSWF Festival Week (Sept. 4th 2018)

Talent is great but relationships get you hired. The ability to create powerful new relationships in any given situation is one of the primary factors in the success of your career and that of any screenplay that you write. A one day masterclass.

Pitching Thursday (*evening*) at LondonSWF (Sept 6th 2018)

Pitching Thursday (*evening*) at LondonSWF (Sept 6th 2018)

Don’t fall at the first hurdle. Prepare for an extraordinary PitchFest at the LSF by joining pitch guru Bob Schultz who will transform your pitch so you can present professionally and with confidence.

The Narrative Imperative in YOUR Screenplay with Scott Myers (Sept 6th 2018)

The Narrative Imperative in YOUR Screenplay with Scott Myers (Sept 6th 2018)

The protagonist is the heart of almost every story, yet so many writers do not take advantage of the depth and complexity of this central character. Scott Myers returns from the USA to deliver a one day class that will transform every aspect of your script by working outward from the beating heart of your protagonist.