Write2screen – script hot house

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Dear Phill

this is a bit of a cheeky ask, so apologies in advance if your response is simply to tell me where to stick it…!

You may or may not have heard of write2screen

We have recently launched a new scriptwriting development scheme, which is open for submissions now, until August 2013.

I was wondering if you might be so kind as to give this a push on your blog?

I’ve attached a guideline/application document for your info.

If you have any questions, please contact me any time.

With thanks

Georgie Kuna

It would be my pleasure.

Well that looks interesting. You have to live in the East of England, specifically:

Submissions are invited from writers resident in the East of England (that is the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire and Essex) or with another strong and specific connection to the region within the last 5 years which can be evidenced (i.e. having been a student at a recognised institution in the region). You must be over 18 and not in full time education.

But if you fit the bill, it’s probably worth a go.

The deadline for submissions is Friday 2nd August 2013.

Good luck!

Categories: Opportunity, Someone Else's Way | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “Write2screen – script hot house

  1. Thanks Phil ! xxx and good luck to all who give it a go, read the guidelines carefully!

  2. Pingback: 2013 | The Jobbing Scriptwriter

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