The Art of Storytelling for Short and Feature Film, with Kate Leys
Monday, December 9, 2013 from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Leading feature film script editor Kate Leys will be delivering a 2 hour session on story and script development aimed at filmmakers and artists interested in developing compelling short and feature length scripts. The session will cover a range of topics including dramatic structure, conflict and character development. The session will also look at the different approaches to storytelling required when developing short and feature length work.
Kate Leys was formally head of development at Film4, where she was part of the small team commissioning and developing some of the UK's most successful feature films including Four Weddings and a Funeral, Trainspotting and The Full Monty. As head of development at Capitol Films she spotted Leaving Las Vegas and worked with talent including Roman Polanski. Kate speaks regularly at industry events and festivals. Read more on Kate here.
This session is open to writers, writer-directors and creative producers.
When: Monday 09 December, 1.30pm – 3.30pm (registration from 1.20pm)
Where: Tyneside Cinema (The Digital Lounge, 2nd Floor), 10 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE1 6QG.
To book your place please follow the 'Order Now' link above. Thanks to the support of our funders places are available at the subsidised price of £10. Numbers are strictly limited and availability is first-come-first-served.
Payments are processed via PayPal and may be made either with a PayPal account or with credit/debit card. We regret that we are unable to invoice or take payment by cheque. Please note that refunds cannot be made within a week of the event (i.e. after 1.30pm on Monday 02 Dec).
You may also be interested in our forthcoming masterclass with writer and director Paul Fraser (03 Dec). For more info please click here.
The Art of Storytelling is the first workshop in The Artist’s Cut development programme, supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and by the ERDF Competitiveness Programme 2007-13.
Northern Film & Media is supported by
Northern Film & Media is funded by the ERDF Competitiveness Programme 2007-13. The ERDF programme is bringing over £300m into the North East to support innovation, enterprise and business support across the region.
Be the first to hear about dates for future activities in our wide-ranging events programme by following us on Twitter (@NFM_Events).