The mighty Adrian Mead has been in touch to let Bang2writers know of his latest FREE course, Screen Lab 2010. As most of you know, I’ve been to most of Adrian’s courses and have found them to be incredibly useful, not only because Adrian is a powerhouse full of information, but because he’s really inspirational and gets everyone networking like crazy. So what are you waiting for? APPLY NOW.

Screen Lab 2010

You are currently writing short stories, novels or plays. Ever wondered what it takes to write for Film and TV? After the success of last year’s course, Scottish Book Trust is pleased to announce the launch of Screen Lab 2010.

Screen Lab will show you exactly what it takes to break into one of the most competitive and lucrative areas of writing and will also include a day on adaptation.

Application Criteria: Screen Lab is open to writers at all stages of their career. Applicants who have not followed the application guidelines will not be considered. Successful applicants must commit to attending the entire Screen Lab. Click here for full details of how to apply for Screen Lab.

Venue: Scottish Book Trust Edinburgh

Dates: Friday 26th, Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th February

Times: 10am to 5pm

Deadline for applications
: Thursday 4th February

Full details on the website

Some comments from last year’s participants…

I learned an amazing amount. They gave a clear route-map into a profession that’s notoriously hard to break into.

Having access to professional writers, actors and cinematographers on such a personal level has bolstered my fervour, not only for screenwriting but creative writing more generally.

Thank you very much for organising such a wonderful course.

Thanks Adrian… I know a fair few of you out there in have already done Screen Lab, so it would be great if you can share your thoughts/experiences/links to your own blog in the comments section. And let us know if you go!

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