We are thrilled and proud to announce that we will be joined by two time Hollywood Oscar winner Paul Haggis for an online masterclass on Thursday 29th October (7pm GMT/3pm EST)
Paul Haggis established himself over twenty years with an extensive career in television, before his big break into features arrived when he became the first screenwriter to garner two Best Film Academy Awards back-to-back for his scripts: “Million Dollar Baby” (2004) directed by Clint Eastwood, and “Crash” (2005) which Paul directed himself.
In 2006, among others, Haggis penned two Clint Eastwood productions, “Flags of our Fathers” and “Letters from Iwo Jima,” for which he earned his third Best Screenplay Oscar nomination. He also co-wrote “Casino Royale,” which garnered considerable acclaim for reinvigorating the James Bond spy franchise.
If you are working in the film industry or just a film fan this is an opportunity not to be missed. Find out first hand in this special masterclass insights and advice that will help improve your work.
This event has the dual purpose of adding value to many independent creatives during a time of such uncertainty in the film industry as well as raising awareness and supporting Artists for Peace & Justice. This is a charity founded by Paul in 2009 with a core focus that encourages peace and social justice and addresses issues of poverty and enfranchisement in communities around the world.
Please click here to find out more information about the charity.
To secure your place on the panel please purchase a ticket. A portion of all proceeds will be donated to the APJ charity.
(Please note – details of the panel will be sent via email to the address linked to your payment a few days before the event. We will be using the online meeting platform Zoom.)