SUSPENSE IN STORIES
10.30am - 5pm
WRITING FOR RADIO
Saturday 29 & Sunday 30 April
10.30am - 5pm
Can't travel to any of our workshops No problem. Study in your pyjamas with our Online Classroom. ENROL HERE
Once again Euroscript is delighted to support this must-attend screenwriters festival. Our script doctors will be there in force, as always, giving every delegate the chance to get fifty minutes of one-to-one feedback on their writing (worth £80). AND if you book through Euroscript, below, you get £23 off the price. Just write EUROSCRIPT-17X in the 'ENTER PROMOTIONAL CODE' box.
Add that up and it's a happy £103 present for you from all of us at Euroscript!
OSCAR AND BAFTA WINS FOR GABRIELE ZUCCHELLI
All of us at Euroscript send huge congratulations to Gabriele Zucchelli, who - along with the team at Moving Picture Company - won the Best Special Visual Effects BAFTA and Oscar for their groundbreaking work on Disney's THE JUNGLE BOOK.
In an interview here, Gabriele explains just why the film was such a special experience for him.
Gabriele is currently working on an epic animated feature project with Euroscript Board Member Ian Long.
Talented Writer/Director Oz Arshad approached Euroscript for script editing services early last summer for his first feature film FINDING FATIMAH.
He worked with Anji Loman Field on two drafts of his script., which was already in pre-production.
FINDING FATIMAH starring Danny Ashok, Asmara Gabrielle, Nina Wadia and Mandeep Dhillon will be released in April 2017.
We wish Oz every success with the film. Here is the trailer, courtesy of ICON Film Distribution.
The movie website is here:
Why do we like stories that scare us?
Many of us are drawn to films, TV and books with frightening content. But what makes us seek out apparently negative experiences? Read our article here...
CTBF & Raising Films Family Support Fund
Raising Films and the CTBF have joined forces to support professionals working behind the scenes in Film, TV and cinema exhibition. Those who are juggling a professional career with their caring responsibilities on a limited budget. The Fund aims to provide short-term support to individuals or families to bridge a period of reduced income, rather than to provide financial support for a long period of time. The CTBF is able to support Raising Films registered members by contributing up to £75 a day to help cover the cost of alternative care arrangements (max claimant amount £1,500 per beneficiary/per annum).
Shore Scripts will be commissioning at least one short film with a minimum budget of $6250 (£5000). They're looking for writers with distinct and original voices. This can be any story in any genre.
Regular deadline runs 15th Jan - 31st March. MORE HERE.