Kinoteka & LFA Studio present an especially curated one-off event: screenwriter/script doctor Michael Holden will be holding a lecture to discuss the possible problems that inevitably arise when writing an historical adaptation.
Michael Holden is a writer working for both print and screen. He has been a columnist and contributor for The Guardian & other newspapers, is a contributing editor for Esquire in the UK and has rewritten screenplays for major Hollywood productions and independent films including Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016) and Sherlock Holmes (2009). He has scripts in development and optioned in the US and UK and made Tracking Boardâ€™s list of Hollywoodâ€™s top 100 New Writers of 2016. Michael lectures on screenwriting at the London Film Academy. (Kinoteka)
For more information visit londonfilmacademy.com or kinoteka.org.uk