with Jeffrey Caine
Adapting a successful novel or other work seems like a logical evolution, but the process can be problematic. How do you navigate the minefield?
Jeffrey Caine has been responsible for bringing Ian Fleming’s James Bond to the screen in ‘Goldeneye’, as well as adapting the novel ‘The Constant Gardener’ by John Le Carré. In this session he will present his thoughts and ideas on how best to approach existing work or stories drawn from history which may involve certain ethical responsibilities.
If you are considering an adaptation, or if you story is based on true events, this seminar will be a must attend session.
Appearing in this session
Credits include: GoldenEye