On October 20th, I will be at the 2012 Screenwriters World Conference in Hollywood, CA. There’s a couple of options to see my dumb face…
I’ll be sitting on this cool panel:
Great in the Room – Getting in … and Staying in … the Writers Room.
Television is an extremely collaborative process and your chances of getting in the room rely as much upon your ability to network and be a team player as your skills with character and dialogue. Take a look inside the Writers Room and discover how shows are developed, assigned, written and rewritten, and how you can get a seat at the table where it all happens.
I will also be moderating this panel:
The A-B-Cs of Television Script Structure
A, B and C plots, cliffhangers, commercial placement, and teasers – television writing has a language all its own and a structure that can vary by show and by network. Whether you are writing a half-hour sitcom or a television drama with a series arc, you must know the principles that apply to television writing in general and the show you are specing in particular. Learn the rules, how to apply them, and when to break them in this informative session on structure.
Get your tickets now!
Promo Code: SWWGinsburg
2 October 2012