There is a great event going on tomorrow that those of you in the Los Angeles area might want to check out. I just got an email about a panel of Nicholl Fellowship winning screenwriters being put on by the Scriptwriters Network.

Here is the info from the email:



Invites you to attend a networking event

Saturday, MAY 10th, 2008
at 1:00pm

Raleigh Studios
Charlie Chaplin Theater
5300 Melrose Ave.
(between Bronson and Van Ness)
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Enter through the Van Ness gate.
Parking is available for $5 on the studio lot; there’s also metered street parking.

FREE Drawing for Movie Magic Screenwriter Software & Script Magazine!


Come see winners of the most prestigious screenwriting competition there is — The Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting — and find out what’s it like to be an esteemed fellow and how the program helped their screenwriting careers. Each year the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences awards up to five fellowships, which are worth $30,000 each. Winners spend a year under the tutelage of industry professionals to develop a screenplay for the commercial market. A win pretty much assures a new writer’s career – the top 50 practically guarantees reads by the top agencies.

Our panelists include:

Annmarie E. Morais wrote How She Move, which premiered at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. For Canadian television she wrote Hotel Babylon and co-wrote Kink in my Hair.

T. J. Lynch wrote A Plumm Summer, which stars Henry Winkler and William Baldwin, with narration by Jeff Daniels. A Plumm Summer opened in theaters on April 25. T.J. is also a Scriptwriters Network alumnus.

Pamela Kay won the Nicholl Fellowship in 2002 for the script, Nude And Naked. She is currently working on a project with Tea Leoni for And Then Productions.

Exclusively for, simply bring a copy of this email to the event,
and your admission is FREE!! (normally $15)!!
Email your name, and the date and title of this event to:
info@scriptwritersnetwork.orgFor more information about the Nicholl Fellowships, visit:

For more information about the Scriptwriters Network please visit online at:
or call: (888) 796-9673 (1-888-SWN–WORD)

*Guest speakers subject to change or cancellation without notice.