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Sunday, October 28 • 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Second Rounders Panel: What Now?

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By this point in the weekend, chances are you’ve got a notebook chock full of industry secrets, a rolodex full of new contacts, and only a faint memory of what sleep feels like. So now that you’ve met new contacts and rattled your brain with new ideas, what’s next? Join these AFF alumni – all of whom were once in your shoes – as they provide insight on how to use the competition as a calling card, how it has launched their own careers, and how it can do the same for you.

This panel is open to Second Rounders and above only.

Moderators
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Matt Dy

Director of Script Competitions, Austin Film Festival

Panelists
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Cylin Busby

writer Rebecca and Quinn Get Scared; author The Year We Disappeared, The Stranger Game
Cylin Busby and Nanci Katz's first screenplay together, a horror/comedy titled Rebecca and Quinn Get Scared, was a finalist in the 2017 Austin Film Festival screenplay competition. Trish Sie (Pitch Perfect 3) is now attached to direct and Donald DeLine (Ready Player One) is producing.They... Read More →
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Nanci Katz

writer Rebecca and Quinn Get Scared
Cylin Busby and Nanci Katz's first screenplay together, a horror/comedy titled Rebecca and Quinn Get Scared, was a finalist in the 2017 Austin Film Festival screenplay competition. Trish Sie (Pitch Perfect 3) is now attached to direct and Donald DeLine (Ready Player One) is producing... Read More →
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Troy Anthony Miller

Two-time AFF Screenplay award winner (The Hitch, The Olympian); AFF/MovieMaker Magazine Top 25 Screenwriters to Watch; writer T-Minus Epsilon
Troy Anthony Miller is a writer, filmmaker, and improv comedian who lives in Los Angeles, California. He holds the unique distinction of being a two-time winner of the AFF Screenplay Competition (The Hitch, a thriller, and The Olympian, a comedy), and was named one of the “Top 25... Read More →


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