Presented by ScreenCraft, HollyShorts and Final Draft:
Television’s first golden age began in the 1940s and, arguably, its second one was ushered in by HBO’s critically acclaimed show, The Sopranos, in 1999. Since then, shows like Glee, Mad Men, House of Cards and Breaking Bad – to name just a few – have taken episodic television to new heights.
As ratings climb and platforms such as mobile, VOD and over-the-top continue to gain momentum, there are more and more exciting opportunities for screenwriters hoping to break into episodic TV. Combined with the new rules defining comedy and drama as well as the expansion of both categories by the Television Academy, there has never been a better time to break into TV.
April 29th in Santa Monica. –> BUY TICKETS HERE
But before you type out your first logline, be sure to attend this information-packed panel discussion. Featuring Writers, Producers and Directors from from successful hit shows like Marvel’s Agents of S.H.E.I.L.D, The Following, Scandal, NCIS, Stalker, CSI, and X Files, our panel, moderated by Script Doctor and founder of How Movies Work, Peter Russell, will offer their expertise and help guide you toward a career in writing for episodic TV.
Peter Russell – Moderator – How Movies Work, Script Doctor
Jeffery Bell – Writer, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., X-Files
David Rodriguez – Feature/TV Director, Scandal, Stalker, NCIS: Los Angeles
Mike McGrale – Feature/TV Writer, The Following, Rizzoli & Isles, CSI
JOIN US AT WOKCANO IN SANTA MONICA ON APRIL 29TH: BUY TICKETS HERE
6:30pm – Doors Open + cocktails + networking
7:00 – Panel Starts
8:00 – Q&A + Twitter Q&A
8:30 – Raffle Prize giveaway over $1000 in software and prizes!!!
8:30 and on.. more cocktails + networking + fun
Also, don’t miss our upcoming TV Screenwriting Contests’ deadlines!