The ‘How to’ on producing your own work

April 13, 2021
Bob Eckhard

Hi all,

Having last week tackled the basic self-promotion skills we all need to be in the game, I’d like this week to give some insight into the benefits of getting something produced.

Okay, as I have adapted this post from 2 years ago, it’s a bit dated – that said, I think the way forward for most writers is to get something produced – be that a short film, an audio  piece, radio play, stage play, music video, stop motion animation using your iPhone – basically, anything!

With this in mind, here is a previous post on how to produce a stage play which I did in 2019 for one of the two stage plays in 2019 – and believe me, if I can do it, you can too!

And then, somewhere in-between, I was part of London Screenwriter’s Festival’s  Impact 50 competition  in which myself and 11 others (actors and crew) went about making it in May 2019. Click below for the write up I posted on the Impact 50 website and at the very bottom- a link to the finished 2 minute film which makes up part of the collective IDMB feature that will be hopefully completed once Covid is over – its been in post since 2019 end.

https://www.impact50film.com/2019/05/13/the-route-to-making-our-impact-50-film-ultimate-cosplay/

Ultimate Cosplay

Til next time…don’t just sit there, plan how you will make your written piece ready for performance!

All the best!

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