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ISA Wine Wednesdays - Live Screenwriting Chat and Q&A

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Join the ISA's Development Slate executive Max Timm and Felicity Wren on the ISA Facebook page for Wine Wednesdays live for the last Wine Wednesdays of the decade! 

They will be answering your questions live... while sharing a bottle of vino.

Wine Wednesdays is a weekly Facebook Live broadcast for ISA members and screenwriters everywhere. Each episode features a different topic and your questions - on any screenwriting topic - are always welcome.

This event is free and open to all.  

WHEN: December 4th, 2019 7:00pm PST

WHERE:  ISA Facebook page for Wine Wednesdays: Direct link coming soon...

TOPIC: Holiday Movie Special!

 

MAX TIMM

The Director of Education with International Screenwriters’ Association, President of The Story Farm, and VP of Development for Creative Screenwriter Productions, Max has 15 years of experience in developing material and writers’ careers. His focus with the ISA is to build a creative community and bring ISA writers closer to Industry Professionals. Having attended Holy Cross College at Notre Dame and then transferring to Columbia College Chicago to study screenwriting and producing, Max is a Midwesterner and Chicagoan at heart who prides himself on supporting creative people in as many ways possible. Recently he helped build a development slate with ISA, submitting writers’ projects on their behalf and helping them launch their careers – 21 writers have received options and representation to date because of Max’s assistance and support. His Story Farm consulting service develops working writers and their material much like a studio executive or manager would, and his online classes, titled The Craft Course in Screenwriting, offer writers outside the Los Angeles area to take part in professional full development.

FELICITY WREN

The Director of Development for the ISA, Felicity works extensively with ISA Contest Winning writers, and ISACONNECT Members and their screenplays before making introductions to industry professionals to further their careers with the ISA Development Program.  Felicity has a Masters Degree in Theatre and Acting. She is proud to have worked extensively in theatre and film in the UK, before the move to California where she still performs, and now produces comedy with her production company Dangerously Funny Productions.



 


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On October 25, 2018 L. Weaver said:

I am registered.  Can't wait.

I'm new to scriptwriting, I've written commercials for advertisers but of course that is WAY different. I've always been interested in writing for television and film. I have 3 scripts written with anywhere from 90 to 120 pages. I was told that in order for someone to see even a spec or synopsis I would first need to have a literary manager who could submit my work to the producers. Is that true even in this era of cable networks and social media? And if not what is the process now for getting in the room?

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On July 24, 2018 Leigh Hardaway said:
I am interested in writing a drama series for a television show. How do I get started and who could I pitch the concept to?

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On July 22, 2018 Vincent Stoia said:
Hi there. Thanks for taking the time to do this. Here's my question: What do you know now that you wish you knew back when you were breaking into the business?

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On July 18, 2018 Jasmine Williams said:
Can a horror script be less than 80 pages and still be considered to be produced? Say around 69 pages? 

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Hi, Jasmine. Thank you for leaving your question and for joining us last night. Hope you enjoyed the experience and will back again for more. :)

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