Tuesday, June 16, 2009


Further to last week's post about the ScreenLit Film, TV and Writing Festival in Nottingham 29th June - 5th July, on the Guild website Andrew Cooper gives more details about what's on offer.
Broadway Cinema in Nottingham is hosting its first ever ScreenLit Festival - dedicated to Film, TV and Writing - from 29 June to 5 July this year.

Conscious of the strong relationship which has long existed between writing and film in Nottingham - exemplified by Alan Sillitoe’s masterpieces on page and screen Saturday Night and Sunday Morning and The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner – as well as the currently very strong colony of screen and other writers living and working in the city, Broadway very deliberately set out to create a Festival which privileges the role of writers in film and TV.

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