Creative & Professional retreat, March 27 Bangor Wales,
This day-long workshop retreat, in partnership with Fflim Cymru, will take place March 27, 2020 in Bangor, North Wales.
What is It?
The day will combine script and story development with industry-focused talks to take your project to the next level. Speakers (see profiles below) will present on their area of expertise, and our goal is to help cut through the mystery and noise on project development to help clarify the creator’s voice, brand, and story.
Who Is it for?
Creators - specifically TV/Film script writers, producers, developers, and directors. You should bring a script/project idea with you (or at least an outline/story idea). Writer/director/producer teams are encouraged.
What will we do?
The morning will be spent getting to know you and your project, and then we'll have brief sessions focusing on key tips and skills to develop your project. After a break for lunch and a brief adventure (hopefully outside, weather dependent), we will workshop your individual projects during an afternoon of one to one sessions with industry professionals and workshops.
What will you get?
One-on-one expert feedback from Industry professionals about your project;
Presentations on tips and skills emailed to you after the event;
The opportunity to network and get inspired in a friendly, beautiful space;
Food, hot drinks, and a creative community.
Name (first, last)
Date of Birth
You! Tell us a bit about yourself, your experience, work, or interests.
The event! What are you hoping to get out of the event, and from our professionals?
Your project! Tell us a bit about your project- or idea.
Any dietary or mobility issues we should know in our planning?
There are a limited number of fee waivers, and childcare assistance bursaries. Are you interested in any of these?
If you ticked the above, please provide any details to support your request, and we will be in touch.
Are you attending the weekend retreat as well?
If 'Maybe' for above, do let us know if there's anything else we can help with.
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