As we all know, writing is rewriting — so this course looks great for anyone struggling with theirs! If you go, let me know how you get on.

No doubt you’ve heard that getting work in the film and TV industry is a case of, “Not what you know, but who you know.”

Guess what?

It’s true. Talent will get you so far but relationships are where the business gets done.

Getting someone interested in your work is only the start of the process. This information packed one day course is your chance to learn from successful Writers, Script Editors and Producers about what happens next.

The course is hosted by Adrian Mead and Clare Kerr of Mead Kerr and we are very pleased to welcome Philip Shelley as the lead speaker and tutor.

Philip Shelley is one of the UK’s most experienced Script Consultants and Editors and has worked as a Script Editor and Producer in TV drama and film for 15 years. He has script edited numerous projects including A Good Murder, Waking The Dead, Inspector Morse, Kavanagh QC and many more.

During this info-packed day Philip, Adrian Mead and a panel of Writers and Producers will explore:

• What can Script Editors do for Writers
• Handling rewrites – fighting your corner without falling out.
• “It’s not what you know…” Relationships that get you work.

VENUE: St Columba’s-by-the-castle
14 Johnston Terrace
Edinburgh EH1 2PW

FEE: £85.00 (includes lunch and refreshments)
DATE: Saturday Oct 2nd 2010

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One Response to New Course – "Rewrite" With Mead Kerr & Phillip Shelley, Edinburgh

  1. Script Demon says:

    Hiya, Lucy! I'm "kinda" back. Had to share this letter of mine that appeared in the local paper this week. Busted a gasket when I found out who was heading the most important funding institutions in Quebec (the banana republic of Canadian provinces). If you think being a screenwriter is tough, try being one here. Best to you, girl.

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