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PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2007 4:33 pm 
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Have an idea for a feature film or television drama series?

Not sure where to start?

Screen Yorkshire is seeking applicants for SPARK 2007, a script development scheme for experienced and new writers.

This year, we are seeking applications from more experienced writers to develop a piece of work that will be read by the UK Film Council and BBC writersroom at the conclusion to the scheme.

We are also encouraging applications from new and emerging writers with demonstrable commitment and a passionate desire to develop a screenwriting career.

At the end of the scheme all projects will be assessed on merit, Screen Yorkshire will make available up to £10,000 in support of further development for those that are considered to have the potential to be commissioned and produced.

Find out more, including details of how to take part in this free and exciting programme – visit www.screenyorkshire.co.uk/spark07 or contact Francesca Riley: francesca (at) screenyorkshire (dot) co (dot) uk / 0113 236 8226

Who can apply

To be eligible to apply you must:
· Be aged 18 or over
· Live or work in the Yorkshire and Humber Region
Deadline for applications: 15 August 2007
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