In this session we sort out how to overcome habitual self-limitation and explode unhelpful myths in order to create a career that is fun, fulfilling, focused and sustainable. De-fanging all the scary ogres like self-doubt, lack of focus, fear of networking and how to write a great letter.
An energising, accessible look at how integral pitching is to our working practice: We look at pitching to funders, filling in grant forms, attracting producers or fellow creatives, theatres, audiences, but initially pitching to ourselves - clarifying the content of what we want to generate, instigate or promote and becoming clear as to how and why the work is essential, achievable and has an audience. It's all about how to make each pitch short, simple and sharp. And most of all... effective.
This session covers how to identify and put together the original story that only you can tell, (By no means does this necessarily mean autobiographical). How to get it started, how to get it finished how to structure a plot and how to get the work in front of an audience.
Rikki Beadle-Blair MBE is a writer, director, composer, choreographer, designer, producer and performer. He has won several awards including the Sony Award, the Los Angeles Outfest Screenwriting and Outstanding Achievement awards. Past projects include several feature films and TV series, including the American feature ‘Blackbird’ starring Oscar-winning actress, Mo’nique, ‘Stonewall’ for the Killer Films New York and BBC Films, Metrosexuality for Channel 4,’ Noah’s Arc for MTV LOGO as well as FIT, KickOff and Bashment for his own company Team Angelica. He is one of the creative directors of the Visionary Youth Project for young European Film Activists. Rikki also works extensively in theatre and has written 28 plays in the last decade that have been performed at Theatre Royal Stratford East, the Bush Theatre, the Soho Theatre, the Tristan Bates Theatre and the Contact Theatre in Manchester. Including the recent groundbreaking Summer In London written for an all trans cast of performers. Rikki is a committed mentor to a great many writers, actors, composers and directors around the world.
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