Masterclass: Writing & Developing Feature Films

Friday, August 27th, 2021, 4pm PDT // 7pm EDT

Screenwriting is a collaborative job. It may not feel like that when you have spent a considerable amount of time writing your script but making screenwriting your career is all about being able to work with others. When your script is optioned or you get commissioned a big part of that process is to work your script through development and take the best of what others can bring to your script.

Join a conversation with powerhouse producer and Head of Development at Flying Rhino Productions, John Hilary Shepherd (Co-Executive Producer of Academy Award-winner 1917, BLACK SWAN, HACKSAW RIDGE, THE IDES OF MARCH, and ROCKETMAN) and Head of Production, Ryan Thompson.

This FREE panel will dive into the techniques and skills of writing and rewriting through the development process. You don’t want to miss it - Register below!

Date and Time:  Friday, August 27th, 2021, 4pm PDT // 7pm EDT – LIVE! 

Speakers:

  • John Hilary Shepherd, Head of Development & Producer, Flying Rhino Productions (Co-Executive Producer of Academy Award-winner 1917, BLACK SWAN, HACKSAW RIDGE, THE IDES OF MARCH, and ROCKETMAN)
  • Ryan Thompson, Head of Production, Flying Rhino Productions
  • Moderator: Neha Dutta, Brand Manager, ScreenCraft

Just in time to celebrate the re-opening of theaters, ScreenCraft has launched its first-ever Feature Screenplay Competition. ScreenCraft Feature Screenplay Competition is also excited to bring you the opportunity to win a $10,000 Guaranteed Option presented by Flying Rhino Productions in addition to an invaluable mentorship with John Hilary Shepherd. The Final Deadline is August 31st. Submit your great movie for a chance to win the Guaranteed Option!

Register below, and feel free to submit your own questions about writing great movies. The video recording will be available for registered attendees after the event.

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  • You can submit a question here for any of our guest speakers. We'll try to answer as many attendee questions as we can.