Sat, 07 Oct|
Christ Church Woking
Lifecycle of a Short Film with The Pitch & Paul Holbrook
The Pitch Film Fund is teaming up with award-winning filmmaker Paul Holbrook to outline the key steps of bringing a short film to life and sharing it with audiences. Learn the step by step process of development, pitching, production, promotion and navigating the film festival circuit.
Time & Location
07 Oct 2023, 13:00 – 14:00
Christ Church Woking, Jubilee Square, Woking GU21 6YG, UK
About the event
Booking onto this event is free but purchase of an In-Person festival pass is required to gain entry (Full Pass, Saturday Pass or Single Screening Ticket). Click here to purchase your passes.
Getting your short film made is only the start of the battle. But how do you figure out your journey from there? Who is your audience? What is the best venue or format for your film?
The Pitch Film Fund not only funds the finalists of their pitching process, they also produce the selected pitches into world-class short films. Additionally, they provide training and mentoring, making all participating filmmakers the beneficiaries of extraordinary levels of industry experience. This workshop will give participants access to the lessons and wisdom of one of the biggest short film funders and producers in the UK.
Paul Holbrook is an award-winning writer and director and has recently been inducted into the BBC Writers Room. His short films have consistently raised the bar of short filmmaking, crossing genres, expanding a roster of established actors and becoming more and more ambitious with each new project. From heartfelt dramas like Sunday Worship to nail-biting psychological horrors like Hungry Joe to authentic comedies like Shiny, Paul Holbrook is one of the contemporary jewels of British filmmaking. His experiences, insights and advice are as eye-opening as they are invaluable.
Book now for an educational film experience like no other.
Click here to find out more about The Pitch Film Fund.