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Special June Writer's Room: Wendall Thomas

In Conversation with

Wendall Thomas

Writing Better Movie Dialogue

Script to Screen invites L.A. based writer, lecturer and script consultant, Wendall Thomas to join writer, broadcaster, and film reviewer Tim O’Brien (NZFC Development Executive) to discuss the role of dialogue in the film making process and the different technical uses of speech in film. Wendall is in New Zealand courtesy of the NZFC.

Wendall will be holding dialogue workshops in Auckland and Wellington for the NZFC to assist writer’s to enhance their dialogue writing skills.

Wednesday 18 June
Drinks from 7pm, Starts 7.30pm
Venue: The Classic
321 Queen Street, Auckland City
$5 donation at the door


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