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Cinema vs Television: Holding Your Audience


Cinema vs Television: Holding Your Audience

WEDNESDAY 15 JUNE

The New Zealand Writer's Guild presents a conversation with James Griffin and Katherine Fry at this month's Screen Discussion Series 2011.

What are the key differences between writing for film versus writing for television? What makes a script cinematic? What are the main story considerations when writing for television?

Experienced and award-winning film and television writer James Griffin (Outrageous Fortune, Sione’s Wedding) in conversation with Katherine Fry from the New Zealand Film Commission Script Executive Team.

Come along for a drink and hear James and Katherine talk about how to approach writing for each medium.

6.30pm Drinks, 7pm Start, Wednesday 15 June 2011, The Film Archive, 84 Taranaki Street Wellington, $5 entry.

The Screen Discussion Series is held in Wellington at the Film Archive on the third Wednesday of the month. Come along to hear from a range of screen organisations and practitioners and to continue the conversation with a drink after the event.

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