Writing of any sort can be a lonely process. From that initial FADE IN, to hashing out that final, closest-to-perfect draft, writing a film is often a long and arduous journey.
How do you keep the passion that drives you to create, while giving so much attention to structure and precision? And how can you ensure your work stands out despite the pitfalls of inexperience?
Three NZ screenwriters with a produced feature film under their belt discuss taking that leap of faith. Dianne Taylor (Beyond the Known World, Apron Strings), Roseanne Liang (My Wedding and Other Secrets) and Max Currie (Everything We Loved) talk to producer Fraser Brown
Tues 26th May, The Classic, 321 Queen Street. 7pm drinks, 7:30-8:30pm talk. $5 koha appreciated.
Make sure to stick around afterwards for a slice of pizza on us!
May 5, 2015
Script to Screen is proud to announce that eight talented filmmakers have been awarded places on our prestigious FilmUp programme... Read more
May 25, 2017, 5pm drinks, Talk 6-7pm at The Basement Theatre
Is there a trick to staying on an even keel in this business, or is it inevitable you’ll be a little off kilter most of the time? Six creators direct from the trenches explore wellness. Join us at The Basement to hear mini-addresses from Gaylene Preston, Jackie van Beek, Madeleine Sami, Roseanne Liang, Tim van Dammen and Tom Sainsbury.... Read more
Watch this highlight from Australian actor Rachel Griffiths’s discussion at Big Screen Symposium 2015... Read more
May 2, 2015 - May 3, 2015, South Hokianga
Script to Screen presents a two-day filmmaking workshop for the Far North region, 'Storytelling for the Screen' with experienced writer/director Michael Bennett.... Read more