Register before Wednesday to take advantage of early bird pricing on the one-day seminar on writing for television with Larry Kaplow (House, Body of Proof), at downtown Vancouver’s Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Simon Fraser University.
Participants will learn practical information on breaking in, pitching, story structure, the writing room, dealing with notes, writing for production, as well as developing their own work.
Click here for more information and to register.
Larry Kaplow is an Emmy-nominated television writer/producer, winner of the 2005 Writers Guild of America Award for Outstanding Television Script, Episodic Drama, for the House episode “Autopsy.” He attended the University of Rochester for English and New York University’s Graduate Program in Creative Writing, Fiction. His television career began as an assistant on Clueless and Chicago Hope before eventually writing for Family Law, Hack, K-Ville and Body of Proof, in addition to six seasons with House. Kaplow has lectured at USC, NYU, Duke University, Johns Hopkins, and the National Association of Broadcasters, among others.
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