Scriptlab

Dates Session 1: 20th – 26th March 2017, Vilnius, Lithuania
ScriptLab trains scriptwriters and directors working on feature film scripts at an early stage of development, as well as story editors, who accompany writers, directors and producers in the development of their projects. It ventures into exploring three different ways in which an audiovisual project can be born – a script based on an original story, an adaptation based on a pre-existing work, and the work of a writer on commission – and includes matters such as legal issues, and pitching training. The projects are finally presented to the industry at TFL’s co-production market, the TFL Meeting Event in November. Weblink.

Dates Session 2: 24th June – 1st July 2017, Brignogan, France
ScriptLab trains scriptwriters and directors working on feature film scripts at an early stage of development, as well as story editors, who accompany writers, directors and producers in the development of their projects. It ventures into exploring three different ways in which an audiovisual project can be born – a script based on an original story, an adaptation based on a pre-existing work, and the work of a writer on commission – and includes matters such as legal issues, and pitching training. The projects are finally presented to the industry at TFL’s co-production market, the TFL Meeting Event in November. Weblink.

Dates Session 3: November 2017, Torino, Italy
ScriptLab trains scriptwriters and directors working on feature film scripts at an early stage of development, as well as story editors, who accompany writers, directors and producers in the development of their projects. It ventures into exploring three different ways in which an audiovisual project can be born – a script based on an original story, an adaptation based on a pre-existing work, and the work of a writer on commission – and includes matters such as legal issues, and pitching training. The projects are finally presented to the industry at TFL’s co-production market, the TFL Meeting Event in November. Weblink.

Deadline for applications: 17th October, 2016