BFI NET.WORK Wales Launchpad at Hay 26th-28th May

Writers, directors and producers!
There's a whole host of brilliant speakers and mentors lined up for our exciting Launchpad at Hay programme of Talent Labs, Masterclasses, Screenings and Networking Events all taking place during the Hay Festival - apply soon as places are limited!

Updated programme brochure on Issuu here: http://issuu.com/filmagencywales/docs/launchpad_hay_programme_faw

Updated Eventbrite page here: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/launchpad-at-hay-tickets-11402845217

For those looking for help with costs, please check the Creative skillset bursaries fund. http://creativeskillset.org/who_we_help/creative_professionals/fund...

For more info: http://www.filmagencywales.com/BFINETWORKWalespresenttheirlatestLau...

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Comment by Tracy Spottiswoode on April 28, 2014 at 10:12
The Writers' Lab is modelled on the Moonstone/Sundance screenwriters' lab principle. I was lucky enough to be selected for Moonstone some years ago and it was one of the best things of that kind I ever did as a writer. Working intensively on your screenplay in 1-2-1 sessions with established and experienced screenwriter mentors is hugely rewarding as is networking with your peers.

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