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Sat, Jun 19


LIVE from India & Philippines

Story to Screen

Learn all about converting your stories into screenplay from Shieladitya Moulik, the Director of Sweater & LUDO and AD Rosales, The Technical Director of Chimera Vision along with an extravagant press coverage on The India Saga and get a chance to pitch your stories directly to the film makers!

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Story to Screen
Story to Screen

Time & Location

Jun 19, 2021, 4:00 PM – Jun 20, 2021, 4:00 PM

LIVE from India & Philippines

About the Event

What does it take to make your story into screenplay and see that on the silver screen?

How would you make your story the next Amazon Prime or Netflix bestseller?

Want to pitch your stories directly to the film Directors?

Get your story and screenplay featured on a press release with The India Saga...

Interact with our film directors in a highly interactive 2 day workshop and learn the tips and tricks of making your story into a film...

19th June: Shieladitya Moulik: 4pm to 5pm IST (Indian Standard Time)

Shieladitya Moulik is a Bollywood Filmmaker / Writer / Producer. He has directed well known films such as Mrs. Scooter and Sweater and has received fame and accolades from across the World. He had also created commercials for Pepsi, ThumsUp, Nokia, Hero Honda, Airtel and had attended London Film Academy to choose his career in film direction. He has worked and casted stars such as June Maliah, Kharaj Mukherjee, Sreelekha Mitra and worked with the grandson and Director of Bollywood classics such as Love in Tokyo, Jugnu, Shatru, Dreamgirl and many more.

Key takeaways on 19th June:

  1. How to make a film without a big studio banner
  2. Advent of OTT and Web Series and pitch for film production
  3. The future (Distribution, awards and ROI)
  4. Converting stories into screenplays and adaptations

20th June: AD Rosales: 2pm to 4pm PHT (Philippines Time)

AD Rosales is a well known film maker, writer and director based in Philippines. He is the Technical Director of Chimera Visions - a full end to end video production that offers digital content and ads and Executive Director of Lucid Juice Studios, the events production wing of Chimera Visions. He has been a former Technical Director of Lipa Actors Company in Batangas, Philippines and has notable films such as Kahit Sino, Kabit and many more.

Key takeaways on 20th June:

  1. Detailed Steps/process to convert a story into a screenplay
  2. Differences between scriptwriting and screenplay writing
  3. Tips and techniques to make a screenplay more engaging
  4. Softwares and other resources that can be used help in screenplay writing
  5. Knowing the process of adapting stories into short films
  6. Understand how to pitch to producers and film festivals

And what's more?

  1. Chance to meet and directly pitch your stories to the film makers
  2. Get insights on how to take the next leap forward with adaptions into short films, Web Series and OTTs on platforms such as Amazon Prime, Netflix and others
  3. Chance to write your own screenplay and pitch to global film festivals such as Cannes, Austin, Sundance and others
  4. Write your short story OR screenplay (after the workshops) and get them published as eBooks, paperbacks and hardbacks with royalty earnings. Submit latest by 20th July. Word Count - 4k to 20k.

Special One on One Consultation will be made available post session with the Directors on separate slot booking.

For any queries feel free to write to us anytime at!

In case you are unable to register by purchasing the ticket please write to us so that we can send you a separate Manual Ticket either by Paypal or in regional currency.


  • Combo Regular

    Book your slots for both the workshops.

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  • Only AD Rosales

    Book your slot for Workshop on 20th June only.

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  • Only Sheiladitya Moulik

    Book your slot for Workshop on 20th June only.

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  • Group of 3 (Only AD Rosales)

    Book your slot for Workshop on 20th June only.

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