A Fine Line, the winning script from last year's Oscar Moore screenwriting prize, is to have a performed reading at London's Curzon Soho cinema next week.

Writing duo Ben Gooder and Philip Greenacre's script is the gripping true story of the rise and fall of Eric Hebborn and his career as an expert art forger.

The cast for the performed reading, which is organised by The Script Factory, includes Sam West, Olivia Williams and Tim McInnery.

The event takes place on March 2004 at 6.45pm at the Curzon Soho, Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1. Tickets are on sale now for just £5 by calling the Curzon on 020 7734 2255

The Oscar Moore Foundation was set up in 1996, in memory of Oscar Moore, former Editor In Chief of Screen International and Guardian Columnist.

Its aim is to recognise, nurture and reward new and exciting screen-writing talent. In addition to £10,000 development cash (co-funded by The UK Film Council), the writers also get a professional reading of their script organised by The Script Factory, as well as attending a residential writers' workshop held by Arista.

The Foundation's trustees are some of the UK's most successful producers and include Eric Fellner, Duncan Kenworthy, Scott Meek. Anthony Minghella joined in 2000 as an honorary trustee. The Foundation's patron is Emma Thompson.

The Foundation is now in its seventh year and on November 27th the cash prize of £10,000 was awarded by Stephen Fry at a ceremony during the annual Oscar Moore Film Quiz evening.