This is a unique opportunity to network and ask any burning questions about development, writing, budgets, schedules with some of the top personnel currently working in UK Film Industry:
Nicole Taylor is an award-winning writer who most recently won a BAFTA for Best Writer for her three-parter Three Girls about the Rochdale grooming scandal. Prior to writing Three Girls Nicole's multi-BAFTA nominated single drama The C Word was produced for BBC1 and starred Sheridan Smith. Previously Nicole has written on numerous series, including Indian Summers for Channel 4, The Hour for BBC2 and Ashes to Ashes for BBC1.
Faye Ward founded Fable Pictures in 2016, after the success of her 2015 release, Suffragette, starring Carey Mulligan and Meryl Streep. Before founding Fable, Faye was also part of the producing team for Left Bank Pictures’ The Crown series. Faye has produced Jon S. Baird’s Stan & Ollie, Cary Fukunaga’s Jane Eyre, Stephen Frear’s Tamara Drewe, Justin Chadwick’s The Other Boleyn Girl, and the multi-award-winning BBC One adaptation of Andrea Levy’s novel Small Island, starring Naomie Harris, David Oyelowo.
Spaces are limited, if you are available and interested in taking part, apply now.
Deadline is 12.00 Tuesday 30 April