Organised by The London Film School
What is the Director’s role in shaping a screenplay?
A good script is the bottom line of any film project. Without it you don’t get the commission, the best actors, the desired result. Film and television are collaborative mediums, so how should a Director and a Writer collaborate to achieve the best outcome?
Leading TV and film Director Tim Fywell (RIVER, HAPPY VALLEY, MASTERS OF SEX, GRANTCHESTER) takes you on the exciting and fraught journey from Script to Screen.
Featuring practical writing and directing exercises, and examples of filmed projects – as they appear on the page and in their final incarnation on screen - this is a weekend course for Directors and Writers who want to up their game.
Participants must have good written and spoken English and will need to be able to send a 2-3 page sample scene from a script they are working on (as either Director or Writer) ahead of the workshop. This will be explored throughout the course.