Discover how to develop, pitch and distribute factual films at this highly informative class with Charlie Phillips, head of documentaries at the Guardian
If you’ve got an idea for a great documentary, this class will help you to get it out of your head and onto the screen. Led by the Guardian’s head of documentaries Charlie Phillips, this highly informative evening demystifies the process of developing, pitching and distributing factual films.
Suitable for filmmakers at any stage of their career, the class includes up-to-date market information and lots of practical advice on pitching ideas to editors. Plus, Charlie will discuss what the Guardian is currently doing with documentaries, and how you can get involved. Don’t miss out on this fantastic masterclass – book your place now and learn how to make documentaries that make a difference to the world.
Charlie Phillips is head of documentaries at the Guardian. He was previously deputy director at Sheffield Doc/Fest for seven years. Before that, he was editor of FourDocs for Channel 4. Find him on Twitter here.
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