EUTV Drama: Tell Me

In my last year at Edinburgh University I entered a screenplay competition with the university television channel (EUTV) which resulted in the making of two-part drama Tell Me.

Writing drama for the screen was an amazing learning curve and an enjoyable, as well as stressful, experience. Balancing the needs of the story with the needs of the cast, crew and director was a challenge that kept me gripped.

Tell Me is a long way from perfect but, as a first effort at writing drama, I’m proud of it. The cast and crew did amazingly and we all learnt on the job together.

We tried to discuss mental health in our drama as it was then, and remains, hugely topical, especially among students. Edinburgh University particularly has been highlighted as a university with mental health issues among the student population.

I believe writing drama for the screen has helped me to become a more adaptable and creative writer.

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About This Page:

GeorgeStorrJournalism.com is here to serve as a portfolio site, bringing together my writing from a variety of sites and publications.

There is also a multimedia section and a contact form. Alternatively, if you want to contact me more directly please email G.Storr@live.co.uk.

So far this portfolio site includes contributions to the following sites, publications and channels:

  • Trusted Reviews
  • Boxing News
  • The Radio Times
  • The Scotsman
  • Boxing Social
  • World Boxing News
  • The American Magazine
  • Southpaw Jab
  • Maverick Film (Founder and Editor)
  • The National Student (Former Sports Editor, Tech Editor)
  • Hellraiser Boxing
  • 5W Football
  • EUTV (Sports Producer)
  • Boxing Insider
  • Screen Robot
  • Debut Careers
  • The Student
  • Forge Press
  • Bedsit Cinema

I also have experience of live radio broadcasts on Drystone Radio and Freshair.org as well as presenting a podcast on boxing for Southpaw Jab.

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