London Screenwriters' Festival

LSF2010 Delegate Feedback

Posted on: November 5th, 2010 by Anton 1 Comment

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LSF 2010 : Delegate Feedback Quotes, the first round of feedback is in…! And we just had to share it with you all. We are still colating loads of data, as well as feedback and comments from our terrific speakers. More to come but here is a starter…

880664467 ‘It’s been an excellent experience for me – I feel inspired, encouraged, exhausted, educated, informed and I leave feeling that I can improve and achieve so much more’
TRISHA HOPKINS – Writer, Formby

Closeup ‘I journeyed from Switzerland to be part of the LSF and it’s definitely been worth it. The sheer raw energy bouncing from writer to writer and from room to room was something truly special. The conference was, in my opinion, as inspiring to fresh writers as it was to established ones’
DANIEL MARTIN ECKHART – Writer, Switzerland

880664467‘I was in heaven- surrounded by other writers, able to discuss writing all day for three whole days, meeting producers and directors and getting a wealth of tips and information that it probably would have taken years to have gathered on my own’
JUDY COOPER – Writer

Photoon20100305at16.09 ‘My brain has never been so well fed and I have come away from it full of enthusiasm, determination and a definite surge in self-belief’
EMMA CURTIS – Writer

VanessaMayfieldHeadshot ‘There was a great atmosphere, a long list of incredible speakers, and everyone was so friendly and happy to help, not to be missed!’
VANESSA MAYFIELD – Actor

Schmeee ‘As a producer and financier on the look-out for new projects, I found it surpassed my expectations. I only wish I could’ve been there for the full three days and met more aspiring and experienced screenwriters’
ROBERT STEIN-ROSTAING – Producer

ConfusedBLUEEYES ‘…my pitching improved exponentially…three days immersed in a sea of marvelously passionate people.  It’s energizing’
LEE APSEY – Writer, Leeds

001 ‘Meeting other writers and forming friendships and a support network is essential to mental survival’
MICKY McGUINESS – Writer, Brighton

880664467‘I got something out of every session but by far my favorite sessions were the ones where I learnt something that improved my writing skills’
LORREN BONIFACE – Writer, Leicester

Adam7bwsmall ‘A great festival – learned and re-affirmed a lot…I’m sure 2011 will be amazing and I look forward to it already’
ADAM ETHERIDGE – Writer / Director, Bristol

KatyPrague ‘I found the whole festival exciting, inspiring and fun…I came away feeling much more positive about my writing and with renewed inspiration and motivation’
KATY SEGROVE – Writer, London

JanePLUSNAME ‘It widened my perspective on how to actually make money from writing’
JANE FOSTER – Writer / Director / Producer, London

Scott2 ‘I’ve taken away so, so many useful hints and tips about how the industry works and how to present yourself properly.  Inspired me to come back in 12 months time to make even better use of the opportunities available’
SCOTT MARTIN – TV Production / Aspiring Writer

Standingwebsmall ‘I have a fuller understanding of my way forward. I know that I am not alone and one of many and also that I am in a better position to judge the quality and saleability of my screenplay’
DAVID WAUGH – Writer

880664467‘Exciting atmosphere – you get as much out of this as you put in… the quality and intensity of the presentations / discussions has moved me on significantly’
GORDON SLACK – Writer, Salisbury

DJ11July10 ‘There are too many nuggets of advice, chance meetings and great opportunities to list.  It has been very inspiring and helped me decide what not to do as much as what I want to do’
DARREN JONES – Writer, London

Carlaheadshot1 ‘The festival gave me a chance to look at various screenwriting markets, get feedback on my ideas and make contacts’
CARLA GRAULS – Writer, London

880664467‘Energising! I have a great sense of direction now, of being included, of real potential’
FELICITY McCALL – Writer, Northern Ireland

DegreeShowPhotos2202 ‘It was great having a ‘free’ chat with speakers after the sessions. I’ve learnt it’s all in my hands – not someone elses, I’m going to do more.  You have given us all a fantastic festival’
JAN BROWN – Writer / Film Maker, Liverpool

880664467‘Wonderful community feeling…made me aware that writing scripts is possible, no matter who you are or whatever your background’
ELIZABETH SWAN – Writer, Lancashire

880664467‘Experienced some great sessions from well respected writers about how they got to where they are now. This will help me plan where I focus my efforts going forward and what I can expect to come up against along the way’
JONATHAN REES – Writer, London

Selfportrait07.10 ‘Too many great events on at the same time!  (A great problem to have…!)’
JONATHAN BART – Writer / Director, London

880664467‘The festival was an excellent networking opportunity and actually helped me realise what the do’s and don’ts of screenwriting, pitching and networking are’
CHRISTINA GEORGIOU – Writer / Composer, Cyprus

CRW_0262 ‘I had the realisation that fear has held me back, fear of rejection, of failure, of not knowing anyone. I will be writing on Monday!’
STEVE BOOKBINDER – Writer / Director, London

Wow!

Onwards and upwards!

Chris Jones, Film Maker and Author
www.livingspirit.com
mail@livingspirit.com

One Response

  1. Peter Spencer says:

    I had a great time at the festival. Not only did I meet some amazing and talented people, I made a few friends and returned home energised. Sitting down with others who share the struggle made a great change from the ‘real’ world where no one really ‘knows’ what a writer does. The sessions were really informative and everyone who attended will have learnt a lot. Can’t really say enough good things about it.

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