(Tuesday) 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM GMT
Zero One Studio
Hopkins St, Soho, London W1F 0HS
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Come join us as writer/director Danny Stack will share valuable tips and insights into writing TV bibles, and how they're an essential document across development and production. Everything from two-page summaries
Come join us as writer/director Danny Stack will share valuable tips and insights into writing TV bibles, and how they’re an essential document across development and production. Everything from two-page summaries to TV bibles that take a weekend to read – come find out how it’s done.
- Discuss why a TV Bible is ESSENTIAL to pitching a show
- Outline what items are in a TV bible and what not to include
- Talk about the secrets to writing a good TV bible and why no one set rule or structure applies to all
- Look at the difference between a good TV bible pitch document versus a more production-focused one
- Draw on his vast experiences making films in the family genre
Come along to this gem of an event, meet new people and get some insight into the ins and outs of creating award-winning projects.
About Danny Stack:
Danny started out in Channel 4’s comedy department when shows like Spaced, Ali G and Black Books were being made. Since then he’s worked as a screenwriter and script reader for companies like Miramax, Working Title, Pathe, UK Film Council and Irish Film Board, among others. He helped set-up the Red Planet Prize with Tony Jordan, designed to seek out new TV writing talent. With Tim Clague, he co-hosted the highly popular podcast The UK Scriptwriters Podcast, which was started in 2010. Danny now specialises in the kids/family genre, and has made two live-action family films with Tim: Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg (which had its world premiere at the London Film Festival in 2015) and Future TX (starring Griff Rhys Jones).