Subject(s): Film, Media & Performance
Margaret Glover holds an MFA in Dramaturgy & Dramatic Criticism from Yale School of Drama. From work in regional theatres on the East Coast, Margaret moved into UK television, where she script edited and produced a range of programming, including award-winning adaptations and series. From September 2008 to July 2013 Margaret oversaw the development, production and delivery of graduation films at the London Film School.
She has also co-written several screenplays with directors in the UK, Europe and India, including Shadows in the Sun, which won best screenplay at Houston Worldfest in 2009. Her current work includes delivery of workshops for EU-funded initiatives, consulting for UK producers and funding bodies, and executive producing on low-budget features, including, Blackbird, ‘Best of the Fest’, Edinburgh International Film Festival, 2013.
Dramaturgy & Dramatic Criticism
Literature & Photography, Double Major
Philosophie & Lettres
Regent’s University London – October 2012-April 2013
Taught module in script analysis to American undergraduates on a semester abroad; delivered lecture and seminars to students on BA, Screenwriting and Producing.
Birkbeck College – September 2005-July 2006
Visiting Lecturer in advanced screenwriting.
Goldsmiths College – January 2003-July 2005
Visiting Lecturer in script editing on MA Screenwriting Course.
Leeds Metropolitan University – September 2000-December 2002
Visiting Lecturer screenwriting for film & television on PGDip & MA.
Granada International Drama – July 1998-December 2000
United Film & Television Productions – April 1997-June 1998
Tetra Films – November 1993-January 1997
Women in Film & Television
London Film School – March 2005-July 2013
Senior Lecturer: Development & Production, MA Filmmaking
Responsibilities included curriculum development, workshops in writing & producing & delivery of EU-funded Low-Budget Film Forum, in collaboration with La Fémis (Paris) & the Danish & Hungarian national film schools. Took the lead in Cretive Skillset accreditation process for both MA Filmmaking & MA Screenwriting. Instrumental in successful QAA inspection.
London Film School – September 2009-July 2013
Oversaw development through to delivery of all graduation films, ranging from short fiction & documentary to feature-length fiction & documentary. Supervised on average 60 students per year as writers, producers and directors, plus an additional 10-12 as personal tutees, which involved reading several drafts of their work & research journals (approx. 24 pages of reflection and analysis).
Blackbird – Feature by wr-dir Jamie Chambers
Producer James Barrett
Edinburgh International Film Festival 2013
Michael Powell Award Nominee & ‘Best of the Fest’ Award
Undocument – Feature in Pre-produciton
Wr-Dir Amin Bahkshian & Kyla Simone Bruce
Producer Khalid Jabaly
Shadows in the Sun – Best Screenplay, WorldFest Houston 2009
Co-writer with director David Rocksavage
UK Release 2009
Aguas Mil – Best Feature Indie Lisboa, 2009
Co-writer with director Ivo Ferreira
Producers Francois d’Artemare & Maria Joao Mayer
Kisna – Epic Bollywood Romance, Worldwide Release 2005
Co-writer with director-producer Subhash Ghai
Merchant of Venice – 5x20’ adaptation of Shakespeare
Channel 4 1996
Eggman – 30’ adaptation of Janni Howker short story
Channel 4 1995
Faith – Short Film from a Nick Hornby story
Wr-Dir Pete Travis
London Film Festival Shorts 1996 & BBC2 1998
Snap – Devised original 6x30’ Children’s Drama Series
The Treasure Seekers – TV Movie from E Nesbit’s novel
Wr Olivia Hetreed; Dir Juliet May
Delta Wave – Drama Serial
The Illustrated Mum – Single Drama based on Jacqueline Wilson’s novel
Wr Debbie Isitt; Dir Cilla Ware; Prod Julia Ouston
Channel 4 2003
Girls in Love – Series based on Jacqueline Wilson’s novel
Wr Carol Noble; Exec Producer Anne Brogan