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Script To Screen September Writer's Room

Script To Screen September Writer's Room

Big Screen Brainstorm: 25 September, Auckland

"#BigScreenSNZ watershed event for the industry. Feel like I just jumped on the Blerta bus and found the lost community". Leanne Saunders, tweet from the Big Screen Symposium
"@BigScreenSNZ There should be an end session where everyone brainstorms 10 steps fwd & votes for 2 actions 2B done as community. Yes?" - Ted Hope, tweet from the Big Screen Symposium

Following the energy, sense of togetherness and knowledge shared at last weekend's Big Screen Symposium, Script to Screen facilitates a filmmakers' brainstorm on ways forward for New Zealand film.
Let's come back together for an open discussion about ways to work together as a community to enact positive change.

Stay afterward for a free slice of pizza courtesy of Hell and a drink.
Drinks 7pm, 7.30 start, Tuesday 25th September, The Classic, 321 Queen Street, Auckland, $5 koha appreciated.


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