Got Your Screenplay Idea?

Posted Wednesday 03 Apr 2013

Over two days tutors Kathryn Burnett and Nick Ward will work closely with participants to help develop the all-important first 10 pages of their new screenplay.  On day one you'll pitch your concept, receive feedback, write the first 5 pages and receive feedback.  On day two you'll complete the rough draft of your ten pages, receive feedback, rewrite your first ten pages, get more feedback - and then we'll talk about what to do next.

Who's it for? Screenwriters with an understanding of screenwriting craft who want to get their idea on the page.

Further information or questions:

NB: Numbers limited.

When: Saturday 13 April and Sunday 14 April 2013

Where: St Columba Centre, 40 Vermont Street, Ponsonby

Cost: General Registration $295.00


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The first DOC2DOC Evening of the Year

Posted Wednesday 03 Apr 2013

This is happening on Wednesday 17 April with some exciting projects up for discussion. So come a join us in a discussion on documentary projects currently in production.

October 15
Presented by Kim Webby. October 15 tells the dramatic story of a five year battle for justice for the people of the Ng?i T?hoe tribe of New Zealand who were labeled "terrorists" by the New Zealand government and police.

Mono-Di-Di - Four Phase of One

Presented by Brigitte Lauper Tisch. Mono-Di-Di is a documentary short film about awareness and feeling of identity as a twin, exploring the director's own experience and that of other twin couples, with reference to scientific theories.

The Old Man of the Sea

Presented by Aileen O'Sullivan and Toby Mills. The Old Man of the Sea tells the story of Hec Busby, a M?ori Master Boat Builder and Master Navigator, who dedicated his life to learning, practicing and disseminating traditional Pacific wayfaring.

Please join us for this event and support local documentary film projects.
When: 6.30pm, 17th April 2013
Where: The Classic, 321 Queen Street, Auckland.
$5 Koha on the Door

There will also be drinks after the presentations with the opportunity to ask further questions of the filmmakers about their projects.