The World Conference of screenwriters is a major meeting of screenwriters and their professional unions from around the world. Its aim is to gather screenwriters, enabling them to meet and exchange views, to reflect on the maturing relationship among screenwriters’ guilds, the growing sense of community among screenwriters and the need for a united approach to the globalisation of the audiovisual industry.
Highlights of WCOS 04, the Fourth World Conference of Screenwriters held in Berlin in October 2018: speeches, resolutions, videos, photos…
Watch the videos of the Fourth World Conference of Screenwriters in Berlin in October 2018. Panel discussions, interviews and workshops as if you were there!
Danske Dramatikere (the Danish Writers Guild) published a manifesto – a satirical and ironic list of 40 points – to tackle gender stereotypes and clichés in films and TV series.
Power & Freedom: the World Conference of Screenwriters 04 Unites International Screenwriters in Berlin on the 10th and 11th of October.
Screenwriters and their guilds from the world concluded their meeting in Paris with a tribute to Charlie Hebdo.
The Authors Group approved the “Declaration Towards a Modern, more European Copyright Framework and the Necessity of Fair Contracts for Creators” at the Creators Conference in Brussels on 31 May 2016.
Screenwriters adopt two resolutions at the 3rd World Conference of Screenwriters in Warsaw in October 2014.
The Second World Conference of Screenwriters, organised by FAGA, FSE and IAWG, took place in Barcelona, Spain, in November 2012.
160 participants coming from 30 countries and representing 40 associations, guilds and unions of screenwriters gathered in Athens in November 2009. A major event to reinforce international solidarity among guilds of screenwriters.
European screenwriters met in Thessaloniki in 2006 and adopted the European Screenwriters Manifesto.