Want to Know How to Get Your Script Noticed? Then Join Some Horror Talent for a Tell All Panel in LA!
So you wrote this killer script but you have no friggin' clue what to do with it, whon to show it to, or even if you should show anyone at all. Everyone working in this biz has been in your shoes at one time or another, and now some of them are ready to tell you all about it!
Scriptwriters Network is excited to take a look at the television and film industry and discuss what it takes to turn a story into a “hot” property in Hollywood.
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This intimate discussion will cover the latest trends in popular films and television shows: from teen comedies to popular vampire franchises to over-the-top action and everything in between.
Featured speakers are industry professionals — writers, directors, producers — from both sides of the independent and studio spectrum.
This event will be moderated by TheRichard.
Sheri then served as Director of Development & Production for production and distribution company Image Organization, where she was involved in all aspects of production, from story inception through post production. During her tenure, the company made multiple films for CBS, HBO, Lifetime, and Artisan.
Sheri also served as Executive Producer on the Sci-Fi Channel thriller “The Suit” in 2008, and was Executive Producer of Discovery Channel’s award-winning feature film “Rain” starring Susan Dey and Scott Cooper. She also produced Lions Gate’s “Arachnid” and the horror film “Boo” which aired on Sci-Fi Channel and was released by Ventura. Sheri has served as a Consulting Producer to Lance Entertainment and Brainstorm Media (Little Men, Bridge to Terebithia), as well as Kismet Entertainment Group (Asylum, Dog Soldiers).
Her latest film, an outrageous comedy, “How To Make Love To a Woman” will be released on July 13th. The film stars Josh Meyers (that 70’s Show, Madtv), Krysten Ritter (27 Dresses, Confessions of a Shopaholic), Eugene Byrd (8 Mile), James Hong (Blade Runner, Big Trouble in Little China), and James Kyson Lee (Heroes).
Carmella won the ReelShort.com online film competition and was honored during the New Directors Short Film Showcase presented by ReelShort.com, the American Cinematheque and Universal Pictures.
For her first feature, Carmella produced and directed the indie film, “The Tempest,” based on the play by William Shakespeare. Her short film, “Butterflies” screened at the Short Film Corner during the 2008 Cannes International Film Festival. Carmella's latest short, "The Scrapbook" stars Kelly Carlin-McCall, daughter of George Carlin and is currently out to festivals.
“Final Destination 2,” which Jeffrey co-wrote the story for, and executive produced, was released in 2003 and also crossed the $100 million mark worldwide. With the announcement that a fifth “Final Destination” is shooting in September 2010, Jeffrey is one of the few writers in Hollywood to create an enduring horror franchise.
Jeffrey has sold, or optioned, over 15 projects for film and television. Currently, he has supernatural thriller, “Dead Awake,” set up at Gold Circle Films, urban horror film, “The Pool,” at Regent Entertainment and the supernatural TV series “Near Death,” which is being by Gale Anne Hurd’s Valhalla Motion Pictures and EI Entertainment. Previously, Jeffrey had an animated series in development at The Cartoon Network, and served as a consulting producer on the TV series, “Dante’s Cove.”
Jeffrey is preparing to make his directorial debut with the supernatural thriller “The Final Reel,” which is based on a script he wrote.
A contributing writer for such horror magazines as Famous Monsters of Filmland, 1313 Magazine and others, Sean received best fiction awards by the Horror Writer’s Association and Spookycon for various works of short fiction.
Sean joined the Fangoria masthead in 2004 as the magazine’s west coast field correspondent, where he traveled the country from production to production with his coverage appearing in the pages of Fangoria magazine, as well as its online entity, Fangoria.com.
His current journalistic assignments have found a new home with genre film website DreadCentral.com.
“Alluvial”, the survival-horror screenplay he co-authored with writer Jack Ulrich, has once again been optioned and is currently in development with Firesign Films.
He joined the US Army at age 17 and moved to Hawaii, where he lived for 15 years.
After the military, he worked for radio and advertising companies. For over 10 years, he ran his own company, Gemini’s Closet Productions, working in event coordination, planning, booking, and performing.
In 1995 TheRichard began publishing Nymphs and Satyrs Magazine, focusing on art, music and film.
Over the years, TheRichard has written and illustrated over 100 science fiction/ horror short stories. In 2003 he attended film school in London, England, focusing on screenwriting and film production.
Presently TheRichard’s time is spent between writing and table-top board game designing. He is currently in talks with various filmmakers and studio executives to produce board and card games based on popular movie franchises.
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The Whens and the Wheres
Universal Studios Backlot
Rehearsal Hall 3269
3900 Lankershim Blvd -- Gate #3
Universal City, CA 91608
Parking admission: Free
SWN Member admission: Free JOIN NOW!
Non-member admission: $15.00
($10.00 for members of WGA, Women in Film, FIND, FIN, ScreenplayLab)
Check-in begins at 12:00pm.
Panel starts at 1:00pm.
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