Come along to this AWG seminar with multi-award winning screenwriter and producer Tim Pye who will take you step-by-step through the rights you create when you write a screenplay
Too many screenwriters go into contract negotiations without enough knowledge about the rights they have created. As a result, some sign away too much, some try to hold onto everything. Neither position is in the writer’s best interests.
This two hour seminar by multi-award winning screenwriter and producer Tim Pye will take you step-by-step through the rights you create when you write a screenplay, what those rights are worth, which ones you need to sell, license or assign to a producer and which ones you should hang on to.
You will get answers to questions like:
This seminar is free and places are limited (ONLY 40 TICKETS AVAILABLE) so please RSVP by 5.00pm Friday 12 August.
This event is proudly supported by Screen Queensland
BIO: Tim Pye
Tim, a writer/producer and executive producer, has been working in Australian television drama and comedy for thirty years. He has written, edited and produced some of Australia’s most popular and critically acclaimed television series, mini series and movies including Love Child, The Straits, House Husbands, Scorched, Stupid Stupid Man, My Place, Emerald Falls, The Strip, Black Jack, Lockie Leonard, White Collar Blue, Sea Change, Wildside, Water Rats, Fallen Angels, G.P., and A Country Practice. His producing credits include Love Child, Old School, The Straits, Changi, Grass Roots, Emerald Falls, Love Is A Four Letter Word, The Road From Coorain and The Farm. Tim was President of the Australian Writers’ Guild from 2007 – 2011 and was a member of the Australian Writers’ Guild board from 1998 – 2011. Tim has won AWGIE and AFI awards for his script writing and his produced projects have won multiple awards across the industry. In 2015, Tim was elected to the Executive Committee of Writers & Directors Worldwide in his capacity as Chairman of the Australian Writers’ Guild Authorship Collecting Society (AWGACS).