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Story Board Member
  • Standard $35
  • ISAConnect $30
  • Standard $45
  • ISAConnect $40



Veteran TV and pilot writer Bill Taub will take us through the process of writing pilots and new series for television, cable & new media. He will also lead our analysis and in-depth discussion of Chuck Rose's pilot script The Art Of More, which comes to the Sony-owned streaming service Crackle on November 19.


The Art of More exposes crime and intrigue behind the glamorous facade of New York auction houses, and the sparring over auction items worth millions of dollars. But beneath the glitz, it's a ruthless story of money, sex, greed, and desperation. The 10-episode series is a sort of a procedural with a new auction that will drive each episode's narrative in addition to exploring some broader season arcs.

Genres: Crime, Drama

Cast: Dennis Quaid (The Day After Tomorrow, G.I. Joe:

The Rise of Cobra), Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride,

Saw), Kate Bosworth (21, Superman Returns),

Christian Cooke (Cemetery Junction)

Series Creators: Gardner Stern (The Practice)

and Chuck Rose (Almost Dangerous)  

Screenwriter, producer, author, creative troubleshooter & teacher BILL TAUB has a multitude of TV credits. He has written or co-written the pilots of Relic Hunter, Friday the 13th: The Series, Mission Genesis, The Oddyssey, and Dark Shadows, as well as Blue Skies and Burger Palace, two unproduced pilots for NBC.


Bill was recently honored by the Writers Guild of America for his work on Barney Miller and Hill Street Blues. His spec pilot Raffle Guy won first place at Scriptapalooza.


Bill currently teaches "Creating A Web Series" at UCLA Extension Online.


His book Automatic Pilot: Writing a TV Pilot has never been so easy will be available for purchase at the meeting and at


See more about Bill at his web site at



REGISTER BY FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 • STORYBOARD MEMBERS $35, NON-MEMBERS $45 Includes script, sandwiches, snacks & beverages at the meeting. Check-in and networking begins at 6:45 PM.


All transactions final – no refunds, no credits. Discussion leader may be substituted. Cameras and recording devices not permitted. StoryBoard reserves the right to refuse participation of anyone. Admittance to the 20th Century Fox studio lot is a privilege that may be revoked at any time. Government issued photo ID and compliance with all studio regulations required. 

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StoryBoard Screenplay Development Group

StoryBoard Development Group, a not-for-profit educational organization dedicated to screenwriting, meets on the 20th Century Fox studio lot on the 2nd Monday of every month for screenwriting analysis and in-depth discussions of current feature film screenplays. A different industry professional leads the group each month.


Read the script, analyze and discuss the screenwriting at the meeting.  Then go see the movie - It's a great experience and a unique opportunity to learn and improve your writing and filmmaking skills. 


Meeting fee includes a copy of the screenplay to be discussed and postage, as well as food and beverages at the meeting. 


Guests and prospective members should be activly involved in screenwriting and/or filmmaking and be familiar with established screenwriting principles and structure. 


Workshops for member screenplays and cost savings available with membership.


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