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In Conversation with Neil Cross

In Conversation with Neil Cross

In Association with New Zealand Book Month

“Don't try to write to a market, it never works.”
Neil Cross

Script to Screen welcomes screenwriter and Booker short-listed novelist Neil Cross to talk about his writing philosophy and his work. Neil Cross lives in Wellington and writes for the acclaimed BBC drama series Spooks. His novels include Always the Sun, and Mr In-Between, adapted into the 2001 UK feature film of the same title.

Hosting the discussions will be creative producer Philippa Campbell (Rain, No 2, Black Sheep) in Auckland, and playwright David Geary (Lovelock’s Dream Run, The Learner’s Stand, Mercy Peak) in Wellington.

Wednesday 17 September
7.00 Drinks at the bar, 7.30pm start
The Classic
321 Queen St
$5 donation at the door

Thursday 18 September
7pm Start
NZ Film Archive
84 Taranaki St
$5 donation at the door

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