Published on: 11 January 2018 in Training

Stage and Screen part three: apply now!

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Directors UK has again partnered with Film London and the Park Theatre to renew their unique emerging talent initiative: Stage and Screen.

Stage and Screen is for film and television directors and producers who have a genuine interest in adapting stage projects for the screen and who wish to meet exciting creative talent from the world of theatre.

Members who would like to apply for the upcoming spring season should email events@directors.uk.com with a short bio by 5th February.

From March 2018 – June 2018, Film London will select three producers and Directors UK will select three directors to attend a matinee of a new play at Park Theatre, located behind Finsbury Park tube station. After the performance, you will have the chance to network with the play’s talent and the theatre executive staff over tea and cake. Tickets costs and networking are covered by Stage and Screen.

Take a look at what other directors thought about being a part of Stage and Screen.

If selected, the play you’ll attend will be one of those listed below and cannot be exchanged for any other date. Also, if you’re selected your ticket is not transferable to anyone else without prior permission in writing from Directors UK.

The plays in this season are:

A Princess UndoneThursday 1 March at 3:15pm 

PressureThursday 29 March at 3pm 

Building the WallThursday 10 May at 3pm 

MonogamyJune TBC 

Details of each production can be found at www.parktheatre.co.uk

Selection of those taking part will be made approximately three weeks before each performance.

For members who would like to apply please email events@directors.uk.com with a short bio and you will be placed on the list. If you have attended or applied for Stage and Screen previously, but would like to be considered for these future dates please let us know. Priority will be given to those who have not previously attended. Producers should contact stageandscreen@filmlondon.org.uk

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