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Industry Events for all

Have you ever wanted to take a peek behind the scenes? Longed to learn the secrets of the industry? Now is your chance! The following Industry events are now open to the public

BAFTA: Meet the Agents
This event for budding screenwriters is open to all. Our panel of literary agents will be shedding light on the finer points finding representation: from the etiquette when approaching an agency to what you should expect from an agent. The event will wrap up with an audience Q&A session.

BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Forum
Directly after Meet the Agents, this screenwriting workshop gives new writing talent the opportunity to have their work brought to life by professional actors in front of a live audience and critiqued by a special industry guest. Hosted by BAFTA, it's also the perfect opportunity to network with established and emerging talent.

Crash Course to Coming Up
This is an introduction to the makers and decision-makers behind an excellent new directing and writing talent scheme from Channel 4. Thanks to its star quality, this event is now open to the public.

EIFF and Screen International
EIFF is co-hosting an industry-focused conference with Screen International and supported by BFI on Friday 17 June. The event includes a series of presentations, discussions, and debates on topics such as co-productions, finance and audience development. Ticket packages are available incorporating both the conference and festival delegate passes.

Click here to see the full schedule of Industry Events. 

Single day and full festival delegate passes can be purchased in person at Teviot.

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