Like a lot of you out in www.land, I believe that being “up to date” with the changing face of film production will ensure my writing has more opportunities to “get out there”: in addition, the idea of making a film myself is really growing on me and is certainly on my “To Do” list in the future and digital production is becoming a much more accessible way of making films.
That’s why I’ll be at this conference held by SW Screen at Watershed, Bristol, in just under two weeks. They have an impressive array of guest speakers including the UK Film Council and Hammer Films and a comprehensive look at how us writers can really turn this technological change to our advantage. I know very little about digital production, let alone digital distribution, the territories involved or the impact of piracy, so I will be all-ears.
I’ll be writing a detailed account of the conference for this blog for those of you who can’t make it, but if you can, I’ll see you there! Email me…
FILM: THE DIGITAL FUTURE
Tuesday 11 December 2007, Watershed, Bristol, UK
A one-day film conference presented by South West Screen. Full details including an itinery of the conference here.
BOOK YOUR TICKET NOW TO ENSURE YOUR PLACE AT THIS EVENT
Booking: +44 (0)117 927 5100 or click here.
‘Film: The Digital Future’ will bring a pool of experts to the region to explain how best to embrace and exploit the ongoing digital developments within the production, distribution, exhibition and marketing sectors.
Following on from ‘Funding your Feature’, the informative South West Screen film finance conference of March 2007, ‘Film: The Digital Future’ promises to be both compelling and entertaining, and of course immensely informative.
Speakers confirmed from companies / organisations including the UK Film Council, Arts Alliance, Content Republic, City Screen and Hammer Films. Quite simply, there is no better way to get the lowdown on the changing landscape of digital film. For a full itinery of the day, click here.
Places are £50 including lunch
To book contact Watershed box office on +44 (0)117 927 5100 or click here.
NOTE: You do not have to live in the South West to access this conference – it’s (and I quote, courtesy of the lovely Becky at SW Screen) the “more the merrier”!