Thursday, July 16, 2009

Scotland Writes competition

From BBC Writersroom:
Are you passionate about writing for television? Do you have a series idea that you are burning to tell?

We are looking for new Scottish voices for television drama.

This competition is part of Scotland Writes, a writing initiative created by BBC Scotland. It is for writers born or living in Scotland.

We are looking for a 60-minute pilot episode for an original television series or serial which reflects contemporary Scotland. The script can be in any genre: cop drama, supernatural, science fiction, action, relationship drama, or anything else you can think of.

Whatever genre you choose it should feel original and distinctive, with strong character voices and compelling stories. This should be an idea that has a reason to be told. If it feels as though you've already seen it then the chances are it's the wrong idea. And lastly the series must be suitable to sit on one of the BBC Channels.
The closing date is 5pm, Monday 2 November 2009.

Full details are on the BBC Writersroom website

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