[Salon] Jesse Armstrong: Writing for the Screen

  • 12/10/2023
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Full Circle House, 89 Ch. de Vleurgat, 1050 Ixelles
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SUCCESS with SUCCESSION:
Writing for the screen

A salon with Jesse Armstrong

 Ideas  / Thurs 12th Oct / 6.30 - 8:30 PM

Doors open at 6.30pm.
Speaker will start at 7pm.

Creator of the acclaimed HBO drama series Succession, British screenwriter Jesse Armstrong will reveal the creative process behind the writing of a TV series, and more. Taking as example his own journey from the UK Parliament to Hollywood, Jesse will explore the path to becoming a successful writer, give some insights into the media landscape, and reflect on the future of the industry when AI takes over.

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ABOUT

Jesse Armstrong is a British and Academy Award nominated screenwriter and producer. He is the renowned creator of the HBO drama series Succession, for which he a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series. Jesse started as a researcher for a Labour MP. He then began his writing career with the Channel 4 sketch show Smack the Pony and the children's shows The Queen's Nose and My Parents Are Aliens. He went on to create and write BAFTA-winning comedy Peep Show, BBC One sitcom The Old Guys, and Channel 4 comedy dramas Fresh Meat and Babylon.

GOOD READS

Love, Sex and Other Foreign Policy Goals (2015)

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