Day Three (Friday March 8th 2019) // Story Pitch and Refining Ideas with Sam Horley for feature projects
Objective: To get a handle on the real world of film sales and distribution and stress test your individual projects. Learn to think like a producer and your writing will become more viable.
Location: Regents University, London
Date: Friday March 8th 2019
I’ve felt like royalty being part of Talent Campus and gained amazing friends along the way.
Sarah Cassidy, Screenwriter
Sam Horley will take your project through a series of exercises, move it into the real world where we will find out whether it’s got life as a commercial project, and what tweaks and rewrites could make all the difference. This is ALL about produceability, viability and shifting the writer into the mindset of producer, backer, sales agent and ‘talent’. This is a small group and everyone will get individual feedback from Sam.
In the afternoon, Bob Schultz from the Great American Pitchfest will present a short but rapid-fire session on pitching and presenting your projects to executives and producers.
Late afternoon we close on an exercise that will crystalise your peer groups and the Talent Campus community.
Note: Additional Guest Speakers (TBC) will also be joining us.
- Go to day Four Breakdown HERE
- Back to Talent Campus Homepage HERE
- Application Deadline: Midnight, Friday, February 1st 2019
Appearing in this session
Credits include: Grabbers, Miss You Already
Credits include: Fringe Bootcamp, Below Zero, Hitlersaurus!
Credits include: Oscars shortlisted Gone Fishing, the Guerilla Handbooks and a bunch of feature films