Chris Fallon's London Screenwriters Forum

'Sam, not even Chris Fallon could have warned this would happen.'

'Sam, not even Chris Fallon could have warned this would happen.'

The London Screenwriters Forum, founded in July 2010 is a monthly meet-up led by Chris Fallon, with a select group of professionals from across the capital, many of whom are previous students of Chris’s, including Deckchair director Harry Otto Brünjes.

Chris Fallon is one of the UK's most respected screenwriting tutors. BAFTA nominated for his short film “One For My Baby”, and the writer of the Oscar nominated short “Killing Joe”, Chris is able to bring an awareness to the challenges and art of screenwriting that goes beyond mere formula.

The London Screenwriters Forum creates a unique and personal arena for members to share and develop professional work in progress, bringing together a brilliant mix of writing and filmmaking talent from across the capital and the south of England. Members include writers/filmmakers: Annalisa D’Innella, Nikki Williams, Simon Josiffe, Joy Middleton, Tom Pollock, Ros Ward, Gavin Daniel, Heather Taylor and Harry Otto Brünjes.

Chris Fallon taught screenwriting on the prestigious MA in Creative Writing, Plays & Scripts at City University. Founded by playwright Barbara Norden, renowned guest lecturers included writer-directors: Julian Fellowes, Alan Bennet, Mike Leigh, Stephen Poliakoff, Martha Fiennes, Kwarme Kewi Armah, Dennis Kelly amongst many others.