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How to Write Your First Feature Film

March Writer’s Room

How to Write Your First Feature Film

A practical discussion about how to present your first feature script for funding and development On the panel will be NZFC Development Executive, Hone Kouka; Shuchi Kothari, who has just written and co-produced her first NZ feature Apron Strings; and Michael Beran, who’s script Rugby Town without a Team was chosen for the NZFC first Writer’s Initiative in 2005. The discussion will be MCed by Vanessa Alexander (Writer/Director Being Eve, Magik and Rose).

Tuesday 25th March
7pm drinks in the bar
7.30pm talk followed by Q & A
The Classic, 321 Queen St, Auckland $5 donation at the door
No bookings required. For more information contact info@script-to-screen.co.nz or call (09) 360 5400.

The Writer’s Room is made possible through the generous support of Creative Communities NZ Auckland City, ASB Communities Trust and Stella Artois.
Script to Screen is supported by funding from the New Zealand Film Commission.

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