Script to Screen and the New Zealand Writers Guild present a special discussion with award-winning Mexican screenwriter Guillermo Arriaga. Arriaga talks to Robyn Malcolm about his writing philosophy, craft, and process at this AUT hosted event.
Arriaga is responsible for the stories of some of the most momentous films of recent decades. These include Oscar nominated 21 GRAMS, BAFTA and Oscar nominated BABEL, Cannes award-winning THE THREE BURIALS OF MELQUIADES ESTRADA and BAFTA winning and AMORES PERROS.
Sunday 12th July, 3pm-4pm, WG 403, Sir Paul Reeves Building (fourth floor), AUT, Gov Fitzroy Place, Auckland CBD. $10 koha appreciated.
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Guillermo is in the country mentoring at our Writers’ Lab Aotearoa. His full biography is available on our Big Screen Symposium page, where our 2013 attendees were gifted with his unique insights into storytelling.
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