This April's BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Forum entries will be judged by a panel of esteemed industry professionals. Find out more...
Head of Development, Company Pictures (Mansfield Park, Wild at Heart)
Screenwriter (Exile, Accused, The Street, Shameless)
Creative Director at Blacklisted Films (Missing, Eve)
Development Editor, BBC Independent Drama
Head of Development, Lovely Day - (Doctor Who, Peaky Blinders, Ripper Street)
Literary Agent, Dench Arnold
Development Editor, Red Productions - (Last Tango in Halifax, Hit & Miss, Scott & Bailey)
Head of Development, Channel 4
Head of Drama Series, ITV
Director, Pistachio Pictures
Executive Producer, Kudos (Utopia, Broadchurch, The Hour)
Head of Drama, World Productions (The Fear, Line of Duty)
Development Exec, Sky Drama
Development Assistant, Drama Republic (The Honourable Woman, My Mad Fat Diary)
Script Editor, BBC (The Musketeers)
Literary Agent, Imagine Talent Ltd
BBC Creative Director of New Writing & BBC Writersroom
Development Producer, Left Bank Pictures (Wallander, Teachers, The Queen's Sister)
Producer, Hartswood Films (Doctor Who, Sherlock)
Literary Agent, Curtis Brown
BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Forum
The next forum is taking place in London on Tuesday 29 April and is dedicated to the art of writing for TV Drama.
Three ten-minute script extracts will be selected from applications sent from emerging writing talent all over the country, which will then be performed by professional actors in front of a live audience and critiqued by BAFTA-winning writer Sally Wainwright (Last Tango in Halifax), with tips and advice for the writers and answers to the audience's questions.