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Saturday, October 27 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Marketing Yourself and Your Script

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Learn storytelling methods that will effectively help you sell your ideas and yourself in meetings, whether it’s over coffee, by email, or on social media.

Moderators
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Aaron Tracy

writer/producer Sequestered, Law & Order SVU, The Tap; host To Live & Dialogue In LA; Faculty, Yale University
Among other TV projects, Aaron’s recently been commissioned to write an FBI drama for Lionsgate; an espionage thriller for Alcon; and an adaptation of legendary author Tom Wolfe’s final novel for EUE/Sokolow.Aaron’s previously written on long-running series, such as Law & Order... Read More →

Panelists
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Tom Alvarado

writer Rooster Teeth Animation, Nickelodeon TV, Walt Disney Studios
As a child, Tom Alvarado learned English from comic books, which ignited his passion for storytelling (and for justice!). He grew up in what was known as the “Murder Capital of the World,” along the Texas-Mexico border in El Paso and Juarez. One Christmas morning he awoke to discover... Read More →
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Lisa Ebersole

writer/director/producer/star 37 Problems (digital series); Co-Founder, The Writing Intensive; playwright
Lisa Ebersole is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter, and filmmaker. She holds an MFA in Screenwriting from UCLA, has taught at New York Film Academy, NYU, and UCLA. Lisa co-founded THE WRITING INTENSIVE coaching service with Producer Tom Nunan.Lisa currently consults for writers... Read More →
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Bill True

writer Runaway
Bill’s debut feature, Runaway, was hailed by critics as "Brilliant" and "Hitchcockian" as it premiered to universal accolades at Tribeca and Toronto. It went on to screen worldwide at Avignon, Woodstock, Vail, Palm Springs, and other top festivals. Bill also took the top prize at... Read More →

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Saturday October 27, 2018 10:45am - 12:00pm
The Driskill Hotel, Victorian Balcony

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