If you feel you need yet another reason to admire actress Emilia Clarke, here it is. In this very person essay that runs in The New Yorker, she recounts her near-death experiences with two aneurysms—all while filming Game of Thrones.
Her candor is refreshing. Her response to her injuries—the creation of Same You, a foundation that raises money for treatment of others who are recovering from brain injuries and stroke—is nothing less than you'd expect from a woman who is the queen of so many hearts.
BOOT CAMP: ANATOMY OF A NOVEL BECOMING A TV PILOT
Instructors: Josie Brown and Laurie Scheer
Friday September 27, 2013 / 1-4pm
Hyatt Regency Century Plaza
2025 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067
(Boot Camp Only; See Below for FULL Attendance Packages)
Game of Thrones. True Blood. Silver. Bored to Death. Gossip Girl. What do these television shows all have in common?
They were books before they were adapted as network, cable, or premium channel shows.
Turning a book into a screenplay, or a teleplay is an art form onto itself. And turning a screenplay or teleplay into a book is one way in which you can get your project noticed by producers, as well as give it another revenue-generating platform.
Join me, along with Laurie Scheer (Media Goddess, former producer for ABC, Viacom, Showtime, and AMC) for this seminar, which outlines the necessary steps writers need to take to move their literary work onto transmedia platforms.
Laurie and I will discuss in detail our working relationship throughout the entire process–from mere idea to sold pilot–so you too can sell your prose within the vast television marketplace.
Topics covered:• Adapting literary prose into script format.• Preparing a TV bible, series treatment, project synopsis• Selling yourself as a transmedia writer• Understanding the television development process• Playing the game-knowing what to ask for when your project is picked up• Reality Check: Collaboration, or Take the Money and Run?This is an interactive BOOT CAMP workshop consisting of lecture, presentation, in-class exercises, discussion, and Q & A ending session.
I hope to see you there!
2013 SCREENWRITERS WORLD CONFERENCE WEST
ATTENDANCE FEE PACKAGES:
$549 early bird price available until July 19, $599 regular price effective July 20, $699 on-site price effective September 27.
$349 regular price, $449 on-site price beginning September 27.
Saturday Only option includes Pitch Slam and all other conference activities on Saturday, September 28.
For the group. Individual Full Conference registration for you and your writing partner! Great deal, two attendees for $749.
The Boot Camp only option allows registrants to register for Boot Camps offered on Friday, September 27. There are two boot camp time slots: 9:00 am, and 1:00 pm. Josie and Laurie's "Anatomy of a Novel Becoming a TV Pilot" is on Friday, September 27, 1pm. Each boot camp is three hours long and is $149 each. Please see the agenda page within registration to make your boot camp selections.