Turn your idea into a winning film - TV pitch shaped by an award winning creative producer

Where: tbc, Bath,

When: 12 May 2018 12:00pm to 19 May 2018 5:00pm

Julia Berg is  running film development workshops in Bath on May 12th and May 19th.

Julia is an award winning creative producer who has worked for leading BAFTA and Oscar winning producers and filmmakers that include New York's Likely Story working with talent such as Charlie Kaufman and Nicole Holofcener and most recently, working in development for producer James Wilson on projects for filmmakers Jonathan Glazer and Lynne Ramsay including Cannes award winning 'You Were Never Really Here'. Julia has worked for Maven Pictures (Executive Producers of 'American Honey') and has collaborated with partners such as the BFI, Film4, the BBC and Screen Australia. Currently developing a slate of TV and film projects with leading talent, financiers and producing partners. In 2015, Julia partnered with Shorts on Tap to create a dynamic women run series titled 'Women in Revolt' attracting finance from Film London. Julia is a voting member of the British Independent Film Awards and Women in Film and TV.

Have a film/TV idea?

In these sessions we will shape your dream idea into a pitch for film or TV and provide continued support connecting your project to the industry

Julia Berg will share her successes and strategies where she has attracted BAFTA winning producers and Academy nominated screenwriters to her projects.

Writer's rooms are proven to work. They are collaborative, exciting - an exchange of groundbreaking ideas that will also strengthen your networks.

You will receive Julia's one on one guidance, notes, advice and have access to her support/consultation beyond the sessions. Bridging the gap to get your project happening.

We will move within a fast time frame (over two weekends) to ensure a pace and no more procrastination.

Everyone will sign an NDA – copyright belongs to the owner of the idea. The room and ideas shared and discussed are confidential.

Entry Cost: £100 per person

Posted by: Julia Berg | 30-04-2018

Contact the event organiser: julia@jbergfilms.co.uk

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