BFI NETWORK South West: Script Development Lab (Online/Remote Teaching)
BFI NETWORK South West are seeking for applications for our upcoming remotely taught Script Development Lab. Taking place over 3 consecutive months, you will receive scriptwriting workshops, 1:1 script consultation and peer-to-peer support to help you to develop a short film idea from treatment/outline to a completed script. Facilitated by BFI NETWORK Talent Executive Alix Taylor and professional script editor Jess Jones.
For more information on the lab, eligibility criteria and session dates please visit:
Applicants must be permanently based in the South West, be aged over 18 and not in full time education.
**Deadline for applications: Friday 30th April at 6pm**
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Co-Writer (if applying as a co-writing team)
Please let us know if you have any access requirements that we should be aware of in order for you to attend our workshops via Zoom? (e.g. BSL interpreter, note taker etc.)
Please tell us about your previous writing or relevant creative work and track record (max 200 words) / We also accept video or audio recordings answers to this section, please copy & paste the URL to the video or audio track here instead of text if you would prefer (2 mins max)
Please provide any relevant links to past work / online portfolios / website
Please provide a treatment or outline of your short narrative short film project idea (max 300 words) / We also accept video or audio recordings answers to this section, please copy & paste the URL to the video or audio track here instead of text if you would prefer (3 mins max)
Please tell us why you are excited about telling this story and why you are the right person to tell it? (max 200 words) / We also accept video or audio recordings answers to this section, please copy & paste the URL to the video or audio track here instead of text if you would prefer (2 mins max)
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