Come to the London Screenwriters’ Festival 2012 for £24 a month (10 months)

Christmas has come early!

You asked for it… so it’s back! Come to the London Screenwriters’ Festival in 2012 for £24 a month, for 10 months… You can sign up with the button below…

The London Screenwriters Festival is rapidly becoming the worlds biggest and most important event of its kind. If you attended last month, you will know just what an extraordinary three days it was, creating real and genuine breakthroughs in know how, connections and of course DRIVE… Everyone present, speakers and delegates, really got a powerful boost to their careers…

In the last few weeks before the festival I asked people what was the biggest hurdle to attending they were experiencing. The answer was almost always money. I get it. I know that attending the festival costs real, hard earned money. That’s why we strive to deliver such an extraordinary event.

I also got mails from people saying ‘thank goodness you did your £24 a month offer or I could not have attended…’

So sign up now… You know that next year you will regret not spreading the cost over 10 months.

As an added incentive to sign up now, we are offering access to all the video sessions from the past London Screenwriters’ Festivals (2010 and 2011) AND the Comedy Writers’ Festival last April. That’s over 70 world class video seminars. These videos are being added to the delegate network now, so expect to see them appear incrementally. We just added the amazing Duncan Kenworthy session for instance (producer of ‘Love Actually’ and ‘Four Weddings’)

Right… commit now and plan for success in 2012!

Onwards and upwards!

Chris Jones, Film Maker and Author

www.livingspiritgroup.com
www.ProductionOffice.org

e: mail@livingspirit.com

Filmmaker (LivingSpiritGroup.com), screenwriter, author of the Guerilla Filmmakers Handbooks (GuerillaFilm.com), founder of Create50.com, CEO of The London Screenwriters’ Festival (LondonSWF.com) and certified firewalk instructor.

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