Showrunning: An introduction to producing for writers

Are you a writer with two or more television credits? Then you’ll probably want to learn how to become a showrunner and produce your own work. There is an increasing trend in writers across the world becoming the powerhouse of production. More and more writers are collaborating and aspiring to have the freedom to run their own shows.

We have some great news, The London Film School has 24 places on their Showrunning course, where you can learn to create and produce your own wonderful creations!


The course runs for two days from Saturday 20 June to Sunday 21 June 2015, and covers all you need to know about the different departments in television production, hosted by a number of industry professionals! Introductions to both days are given by Martyn Auty, renowned TV producer.
This really is an amazing chance to build relationships with people you meet, work on scripts you have written and develop your ideas.

How to apply

All you have to do is apply online by submitting a CV and brief personal statement about why you should be on the course and what you will gain from it.
The cost of the two days is £50, a great price for what’s on offer since it has been funded by Creative Skillset and their TV Training Fund.


You should apply as soon as possible as applications are only open until the class is full, so get on it!


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Katie Giles

Freelance Video Editor


Katie Giles

Freelance Video Editor

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