Meet the Channel 4 Screenwriting Apprentices…
The first virtual BFI Film Academy Lab focused on the process of developing short film ideas and turning them into screen-worthy scripts.
Philip Shelley Interview at the Watersprite Film Festival, Cambridge, 2017.
London Screenwriters Festival talk, ‘Writing for Channel 4,’ 2012
Greenlight Screenwriting Lab
National Talent Academy for Film & TV, Danú Media and Greasán na Meán Skillnet are delighted to partner with Philip Shelley as Course Director on a new Script Writing Development Programme for Irish screenwriters and script editors. Philip has run the Channel 4 Screenwriting Course for 13 years and through that has worked with much of the best new talent in UK screenwriting.
National Film & Television School Blog Post
Other useful links…
Information about my role as one of the 10 ‘Masters who have led on dramatic writing training in the UK’ and my role on the MA Dramatic Writing at the University of the Arts London.
I wrote a chapter in the book, ‘DRAMATIC WRITING MASTERCLASSES.’
For the last few years, I have run a one day course – ‘Script-editing essentials – Introduction to Script Editing.’ For the Indie Training Fund / Screenskills.
One of many sessions I have run for the London Screenwriters Festival
I have run a regular Script Lab in creating and writing TV drama series, also for the London Screenwriters Festival.
Video interview for the Singapore Media Academy
A course about pitching for the BFI Film Hub North
An interview with BBC Writers room Scotland
An interview about the Channel 4 screenwriting course with script executive, Xandria Horton.
An interview with the ‘Mighty Dragon’ writing blog.
Notes from a session I ran at Portsmouth BookFest 2017.