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Feature film - From treatment to development – 'Think like a Producer'

  • Screen Central, LG04 Zellig, Gibb Street Birmingham, England, B9 4AA United Kingdom (map)

This half day workshop to be delivered by Rachel Robey, Wellington Films and supported by BFI Network is for aimed at Producers and Directors looking to take their treatment into formal development with a view to realising a commercially funded feature film.
This workshop covers that difficult stage where you have a treatment for your film and are now looking to turn this into formal funded development. This workshop will give you the insight into how you can think like a Producer and start to realise your film. Rachel brings her extensive experience to the table in delivering the workshop and gives insights and practical advice on how to take your treatment into formal development.
Please note: this is NOT a workshop about writing a treatment or a feature film. This workshop is about turning your existing treatment into formal development with a view to realising a commercially viable feature film.
 
About Rachel Robey:
Rachel Robey is a producer, and founder at Wellington Films, known for her work on multiple award-winning feature films such as London to Brighton, Calibre and The Levelling, and numerous successful short films.

Rachel also has a strong background in physical production having worked in a freelance capacity on films including Control (Anton Corbijn, 2007), Skeletons (Nick Whitfield, 2010) and Dead Man’s Shoes (Shane Meadows, 2004). 

Between 2011 and 2017, Rachel was Film Programme Manager at the British Council where she lead on the development of film programmes in the Middle East /North Africa/Sub Saharan Africa and created the Hakaya Souria development programme, working with displaced Syrian filmmakers in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey.

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