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Access to Companies

The vast majority of creative companies in Europe, including the UK are small – under 10 people. This means they tend to focus on current projects, obtaining commissions, and working with existing creative partners.

The vast majority of people working in the creative industries are freelancers, who tend to focus on completing current jobs, seeking commissions, and working with existing creative partners.

This scenario leaves little, if any, time for developing new original projects, building new relationships/partnerships, or taking risks on unproven ideas or creative talent.

The BCre8ive Labs provide a simple, free way for creative companies to work with creative freelancers on new original ideas – without either party committing to long term development, up front cash, or surrendering IP rights.

This is organised through a series of 3 month long accelerator Labs. These Labs involve up to 10 companies, each one with a different production and creative focus.

Our aim via the Labs is to create substantial productive relationships based on new original ideas, which allows the greatest freedom for the development and exploitation of IP rights.

To enter a Lab an individual or team has to submit a Dramatic World, which has been approved by one of the BCre8ive Mentors.

WHAT MAKES A GOOD DRAMATIC WORLD?

  • Original Character/s
  • Clear Character Storylines
  • A strong issue or subject
  • A clear genre
  • A vision of audience/s
  • A unique visual setting
  • A sense of the world’s soundscape

The companies within each Lab then review the approved Dramatic Worlds. If one or more is appropriate, they offer to work with the individual or team online for three months on the project.

At the end of the Lab the creative companies have a six-week, ‘first look’, deal window. This means they need to make an offer within this six weeks, or the project can be shown to other companies, and they obtain no rights in.

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