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Sunday, October 28 • 11:30am - 12:45pm
Writing for the Web

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For decades, aspiring creators and writers could only dream of distributing new content by somehow breaking into the world of television. With the arrival of online streaming and affordable filmmaking technology, it’s now easier than ever to bring your scripts and ideas to life. Join us as we discuss the changing landscape of stories online, how the streaming platform is conducive to writers and creators, and if you should make the choice to go digital for your next project.

Moderators
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Linnea Toney

moderator
Linnea is a Talent Manager and Executive Producer with over a decade of experience in both the traditional and digital space. She is the Founder of Toney Media, a full service talent management company that focuses on spanning the gap between traditional and digital media. Linnea... Read More →

Panelists
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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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Matthew Kellard

writer Night School, Real Husbands of Hollywood, The Inspectors, The Donors
Matt Kellard has been writing scripts since the age of 13, when he penned a comedy about a ninja named Snake Eyes who would react the deaths of people close to him by looking to the sky and yelling “NOOOOOOOOO!” before implementing his violent revenge. What the script lacked in... Read More →
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Meta Valentic

executive producer The Donors; producer Trying Urbania; assistant director Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Castle, Bones, Lost
Meta Valentic began her career as the youngest member of the DGA Assistant Director's Training Program. Her assistant director credits include Nixon, Castle, Lost, Bones, and the Emmy and Golden Globe winning musical comedy Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Meta has produced 5 independent feature... Read More →

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Sunday October 28, 2018 11:30am - 12:45pm
The Driskill Hotel, Crystal Room presented by Simplecast

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