Added to Creative Stoke, 24th September 2010

New! 24.09.10    
Want to be in a movie? Shropshire’s Dare Productions and Stoke-on-Trent’s Reels In Motion are inviting all comic book fans to be part of their latest feature-film, Pulp. Pulp is a comedy feature-film set in the world of comic-book publishing. The film is written by Staffordshire’s Bode O’Toole, and directed by award-winning commercials and animation director Shaun Magher. It will be shot on location at the Birmingham International Comic Show on 16th and 17th October 2010. If you already have a ticket for BICS, please contact Dare or Reels via their websites for more information.

New! 24.09.10    
Arts & Business are seeking eight Midlands-based business brains for 2010/11, with an interest in being placed on the boards of leading arts charities in the UK. You’ll be 18 to 30 years old. Full details from Carolyn Pugh at:

New! 24.09.10    
Job:  Edgar Stammers Primary School, located in Walsall, requires a Creative Practitioner who can make make literacy exciting for young people. Project budget: “up to” £3,000. Application deadline: 13th October 2010. Full brief from Iris Bertz, Creative Agent at:

New! 24.09.10    
Wolverhampton’s Light House is running a one-day scriptwriting course on “Writing an Animated Comedy”, run by Myles McLeod, the writing half of the award winning Brothers McLeod. This workshop is on Thursday 4th November 2010 (10am – 4pm). Cost £25 + VAT. To book please call: 01902 716055.

Also on the same day at Light House, a one-day “Introduction to Building a Game with XNA”. XNA is the free videogame building software from Microsoft. Thursday 4th November 2010 (12pm – 4pm). Cost: £5 + VAT. To book please call: 01902 716055.


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