In the free-flowing world of fiction, it’s often the writer, not the producer, who ends up as the author.
Writers often have to choose to work with or without a publisher, and they often struggle to find an agent.
But a new documentary called ‘The Free-Form Writers’ Collective’ will help them.
Produced by a team of free-spirited writers, the film will show how the writers are making their mark, and what it takes to keep them there.
Producer Anoop Malhotra said, “The Free Form Writers’ collective aims to provide an inspiring vision to the writers.
The film is meant to showcase the stories of the writers and their creative work, which will empower them to be better writers and help them to make the next leap.”
The documentary will showcase the work of the Free Form writers, and highlight the importance of the ‘free-form’ word.
The Free Forms are the stories that take place on screen, and the stories behind those stories, Malhotras said.
“The work of writers is important, because it helps the audience connect to the characters and the world they are immersed in.
We wanted to tell stories that are free of the limitations of the medium, and to inspire the imagination of the audience.
The Free Forms work in the medium and it gives the audience an experience that is not only compelling, but that also provides them with a better understanding of the world.”
The Free Writers’ project will be screened at the 2017 BAFTA Film Awards in March.
“I think it is a great thing that the British film industry is looking to engage with its writers,” said Malhotram.
“A lot of our films have been very, very successful in India and we want to be able to continue that.”
Malhotra added that the project will help the British producers to promote British cinema, which is “in a position to support and nurture the UK’s best talent in the world”.
The film will be shot over the next few months.