REMINDER – WRITE CAMERA ACTION! – 21st May at CCA – 7 p.m. £3 members & Consc / £5 others. FOUR GREAT SCRIPTS being workshopped – Did you not get to Cannes ? well, we’re workshopping a ghostly tale, a vengeful murder, screwball global warnings and medieval madness all better than a night in watching the telly!!! Entry fee includes free raffle for 2 Cineworld Tickets. There is no substitute for seeing your work brought alive by our talented Actors and Directors, and receiving invaluable feedback from our Guest Host. It also gives prospective Producers and Directors the chance to see new writing talent = yours! No theatre space this month so pelase meet in the CINEMA, and in the main cafe beforehand.

GREAT NEWS! – REVISED MEMBERSHIP RATES – Due to new directives from WCA!’s Business Advisor in the Voluntary Sector, we have revised our membership rates for the benefit of all our participants, particularly good news in the current recession AND these come into immediate effect. See our website for further details and prices For all those who have paid membership this year, a member of the WCA! Team will be in touch shortly or alternatively see a WCA! Team member at the monthly workshop.

Our Business Advisor is also spearheading our funding applications so watch this space for further benefits we can pass onto our members

LAST BUT NOT LEAST – CONGRATULATIONS! to Sarmed and his sterling Team on a fantastic response to the screening of ‘Lights,Camera,Action!’ last night at the CCA, the laffin could be heard for miles! Watch this space for updates on progress! And our new WCA! T-shirts with our distinctive logo designed by Eve McConnachie went down a treat too! Become part of a WCA! project, the management team, or a volunteer and you’ll get one free.

Write Camera Action! is a voluntary run, not-for-profit organisation in support of independent filmmaking.

Write Camera Action! is happy to assist with Cast and Crew calls, as outlined in our mission statement. It should be noted however that WCA! does not have the resources to monitor out-of-house project’s production values, whether adequate insurance and health and safety procedures are in place or any other production considerations which may be an issue – these remain the individual’s responsibility to assess for themselves. If in doubt, ask. We wish you the very best with all your productions!