Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again - Script to Screen

Room: Tuke Cinema
Time: Saturday 10:30am

025 - (T)

with Ol Parker
moderated by Maureen Hascoet


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Creative and financial success is The Name Of The Game in the movie business, and Swedish Supergroup ABBA delivers once again (with an assist from Meryl Streep) under the guidance of writer/director Ol Parker in Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again.

Our first ever MUSICAL Script To Screen is also an exclusive opportunity to examine the specific challenges of crafting an international hit under the creative conditions that really allow the movie to… pardon the pun… sing.

Parker, along with moderator Michael Clarkson will have a fresh and informative take on this magical film which is still in cinemas. You are guaranteed to leave this session with a brain full of knowledge and a heart full of music.

Appearing in this session

Maureen Hascoet

Maureen Hascoet – Agent & Director

Credits include: 50 Kisses ('Enough' segment)

Maureen is a veteran of the LSF production team, now working for Blueberry Creative Consultants. She is also a talented director in her own right.
Maureen Hascoet
Ol Parker

Ol Parker – Screenwriter & Director

Credits include: Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,

After making his start on Grange Hill, Ol's career path has led him all the way to the BAFTA nominated 'Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'.
Ol Parker

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