We currently offer packages of three-, six-, or nine-hour online mentorship sessions.
These one-hour sessions—conducted via Zoom—are spread over several weeks, in which our expert mentor will give you constructive feedback on your script, guide you through the process of developing your work, and be there for any doubts and questions you might have along the way.
Who can apply?
Anyone! These online sessions are designed to be as accessible as possible, so that screenwriters all over the world, who perhaps can't make it to our retreats, can still get invaluable feedback and guidance on their screenplay. Anyone from beginners to seasoned screenwriters are welcome to apply.
How much do the sessions cost?
These online sessions are priced at:
€500 for three hours of mentorship
€900 for six hours of mentorship
€1300 for nine hours of mentorship
How do the sessions work?
You'll have an initial meeting with your mentor, and decide how you'd like to use your time together: perhaps you'd like several one-hour sessions over a period of weeks, or some longer sessions together. Based on yours and you mentor's time zones, you can decide when to meet and what to work on.
Our online mentors
RUDY THAUBERGER wrote the screenplays for the feature films The Rhino Brothers and Chicago Heights (with Daniel Nearing), as well as the short film Goalie (based on his short story). He has also written teleplays for the SyFy network movies-of-the week Snowmaggedon and The 12 Disasters of Christmas. He is a past winner of the BC Literary Rites short story competition, a finalist in the Canadian National Playwriting Contest, a two-time winner of the Monday Magazine short story contest and has been shortlisted four times in the annual 3-Day Novel Contest. He is the co-creater and writer of the web series Coma State (currently in development) and has worked as a story editor on several films and comic books, most recently the feature film Hogtown. His short story Goalie has been anthologized over twenty times. Currently, he’s working on several film, television and comic book projects, including the upcoming webs series 60 Second Screams. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia and works as an instructor at the Vancouver Film School.
PATTY PAPAGEORGIOU is a script editor with a background in Production roles spanning over 20 years in the UK film & TV industry. She currently manages a team of readers for a notable Coverage service, and provides script consultancy and development advice for writers all over the world. Her own writing has achieved recognition from the London Screenwriter's Festival, Screencraft, Filmatic, Raindance, Killer Shorts, Outstanding Screenplays, and Netflix. She has two short stories published in anthologies in the US and the UK.