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UK Writers Guild: Meet the Agents – Part 2
The Writers' Guild of Great Britain presents the second in its series of Meet the Agents events which will be held on Monday 29th October at the Writers' Guild Centre 17 Britannia Street, London WC1 X 9JN – nearest tube: King's Cross.
The main event will commence at 7:30pm with a discussion and Q & A where the panellists will talk about everything from how to get an agent to what their agencies can offer to clients. The evening will end with a networking session from 8:15 to 9pm .
The panellists will include:
Chris Calitz from Creative Media Management
Creative Media Management was formed in July 1999 by Jacqui Fincham to represent a select group of writers, directors and technicians in Film and Television. They are a boutique agency interested in building a list of new writers.
Lucy Fawcett from Sheil Land Associates Ltd
Sheil Land Associates Ltd welcomes approaches from new clients either to start or to develop their careers. They handle full-length general, commercial and literary fiction and non-fiction as well as theatre, film, radio and TV scripts.
Nick Turner from Linda Seifert Management
Linda Seifert Management is an international management company representing writers, directors and producers for film and television. The creative team work with their clients to secure development and packaging of their projects with access to international finance and co-production. Linda Seifert Management currently has a client base ranging from the highly established to the next generation of emerging talent.
Simon Williamson from Jill Foster Ltd
Jill Foster Ltd deals with theatre, films, TV and sound broadcasting. They are particularly interested in film and TV comedy and drama but do not deal with novels or short stories. The agency was founded in 1978.
This event is open to members and non members of the Guild.Tickets cost £5 for Guild members and £7.50 for non members.
For more information, please visit the Writers Guild of Great Britain website at www.writersguild.org.uk