A once in a lifetime opportunity for New Zealand filmmakers to participate in an intensive day-long workshop with world renowned indie producer Ted Hope.

This opportunity is primarily designed for producers but is also open to writers and directors who are developing their own projects.

This workshop will cover topics relevant to the producer’s ever-evolving job description, including script development, new models for financing and distribution, new production techniques, multi-platform strategies, social media and sustaining a career.

Prior to the event, participants will be consulted and the session will be tailored to meet their individual interests.

Places are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided.

Price: $400 +gst

When: Friday 31st August, 9am-5pm

Where: Pullman Auckland, Cnr Princes Street and Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland

Registration: Ring the office on (09) 360-5400 or email info@script-to-screen.co.nz with your name and details to book

Ted Hope was recently cited by the Hollywood Reporter as among the twenty-five most powerful people in the independent film business. Collectively he has produced and EPed over sixty films including more Sundance Award-winning films than any other producer.  Hope remains at the forefront of new technologies and is a leading industry commentator. His films include Happiness dir. Todd Solondz (1991), The Ice Storm dir. Ang Lee (1997), 21 Grams, dir. Alejandro González Iñárritu (2001), In the Bedroom dir. Todd Field (2001), American Splendour dirs. Shari Springer Berman & Robert Pulcini (2003) The Savages dir. Tamara Jenkins (2007) and Martha Marcy May Marlene dir. Sean Durkin (2011) and many more. Check out Ted Hope’s full bio.


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