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:
Â SCRIPTWRITERS NETWORK
Invites you to attend a networking event PANEL OF
NICHOLL FELLOWSHIP WINNING SCREENWRITERS
Saturday, MAY 10th, 2008
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 â€” The Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting â€” 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.
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You MUST RSVP:
Email your name, and the date and title of this event to:
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