Want access to veterans of the screenwriting industry who can give you the education and skills development to further your career in writing, producing and directing? The Toronto Screenwriting Conference is for you.
The two-day event weekend event—on April 11 and 12—brings together expert creative talent, authors and speakers specializing in the craft of writing.
Among the highlights is a Writing Room Intensive with 19-2 showrunner Bruce M. Smith, where participants create a tent-pole episode of Bravo’s cop series. Also on tap: master classes with writer/director/producer David S. Goyer (Da Vinci’s Demons), and writers Salim & Mara Brock Akil (Girlfriends) and sessions titled Running the Show: Moving From Writer to Showrunner with Jeff Melvoin (Army Wives); You Have a Great Script, Now What? with Carole Kirschner; Creating the Successful TV Series Engine with screenwriter Corey Mandell; and What’s Up at NSI? with the National Screen Institute’s Shelly Tyler and Chris Vajcner. More speakers and sessions will be announced soon.
TV, eh? is proud to be the exclusive media sponsors for this year’s Toronto Screenwriting Conference, but we’re even more excited to offer our readers the chance to win two complimentary passes (valued at $838) to the weekend!
Simply comment below telling us why you’d like to attend and we’ll select two winners at random to attend next month’s event. The contest closes Friday, March 20, at noon PT/3 p.m. ET.
More information can be found at the TSC website.
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