Review from one delegate this weekends course… ‘Create, Develop and Deploy in a Day’

I wanted to take a moment to express my heartfelt gratitude for the outstanding weekend course on AI and Screenwriting that you both hosted. The entire experience was enlightening, insightful, and incredibly well-structured, covering the crucial aspects that every writer in this digital age must be aware of.

The blend of your respective expertise made for a harmonious and engaging learning environment. Bob, your deep understanding of AI technologies and their practical application added immense value to the course. Chris, your extensive experience in screenwriting provided the necessary context and framework for understanding how AI can be a tool for modern storytellers.

One of the most compelling takeaways for me was the need for writers to adapt and embrace AI technologies to assist them in their work. Your course has convinced me that AI can be an invaluable ally in the creative process, aiding in everything from plot development to dialogue enhancement. It was truly eye-opening to witness real-time demonstrations of AI tools that can analyze plot structures, suggest dialogue, and even propose thematic elements, all while keeping the writer’s original voice intact.

As someone deeply involved in both teaching and creating film, I can see the huge potential benefits that AI can offer to up-and-coming filmmakers and seasoned professionals alike. Understanding these technologies can not only make the process more efficient but also open doors to new forms of storytelling that were previously unimaginable.

I believe the knowledge and skills acquired from this weekend course are essential for anyone involved in the writing and filmmaking industry. I will certainly be recommending this course to my peers and students alike.

Thank you once again for such a valuable and enriching experience. I look forward to attending more of your workshops and courses in the future.

Best regards,

Philip Peel // Writer, Director, Teacher // Bristol, UK
(picture taken by Phil)