Euroscript Produces: BUILD A WEBSITE FOR YOUR MOVIE
Script finished, check.
Killer Treatment honed, check
Logline incredible, check
Printer screwing paper again, check
Printer?! Who prints any more?
No-one. You need a website.
Building a website’s never been easier. But it still feels daunting to the uninitiated. Spend a day building a website for your movie, leave with it complete.
All you need is a laptop, which you’ll bring along to the course, and a credit card or Paypal account to pay small fees if you want a more sophisticated site (the basic site is free, a full business site is $29 per month, with mid-priced options also available).
‘Am I too computer-illiterate to attend this course?’
If your script has been carefully hand-written; if a friend has printed this out for you because you’ve never used a computer; if you’ve no clue what ‘email’ means, I’m afraid ‘yes’. Otherwise you’ll be fine as we use idiot-proof tools.
ABOUT THE DAY
We’ll be using WEEBLY as our website builder. In small, careful steps, you’ll:
When you leave, you’ll have the link for your completed site to email to potential directors, actors and investors and to attach to crowd-funding sites.
What to bring to the course:
Take a look at these movie sites for inspiration.
St Chad's Street
£99 (£89 Concessions and members of affiliated organisations, see below)
IF YOU ARE COMING AS A TEAM TO BUILD ONE WEBSITE, JUST PAY FOR ONE PERSON
We offer the concessionary rate to all Concessions as well as to members of these affiliated organisations. If you are a member of one of these organisations, please book at the concessionary rate and show your membership card to the course tutor at registration.
Email Fenella or phone 07515381586
Euroscript’s 2014 rebrand was conceived by Fenella who designed and built this website using Weebly.
Check out her website here, which she designed and built using Weebly.
Her YouTube channel is here.
She built this website to raise finance for her sitcom The Neanderthals Next Door - again, using Weebly.
As a trustee of the Screenwriters' Workshop, Fenella was a founder member of Euroscript, helping to launch it as a Media funded European initiative. She has written broadcast scripts for radio and television. She’s a freelance edit producer and promo producer and has won awards both here and in the States for her work. As a writer and development producer, through her company Fenella Greenfield Limited, she develops films and TV programmes. She's on the board of Eursocript Produces. As an active member of BAFTA she judges in the ‘Documentary’ and ‘Film Not in the English Language’ categories and is a member of the Screenplay Chapter of the awards.