8 EPISODES: Writing a TV Series in the Age of Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Saturday, Nov. 16 - Doors Open at 10:00am - Program begins at 10:15am
Includes the Connecticut Screenwriters Short-Script Awards!
Noah Webster Library Meeting Room, 20 S. Main Street, West Hartford
10am - 10:15am coffee and pastry
10:15am - 10:40am Short Script Awards Presentation
10:45am - Noon Writing a TV Series in the Age of Netflix
No more seats are available - registration required - names will be checked at the door.
Take this opportunity to learn about writing a streaming video series, one of the fastest growing and highest paying creative markets in the world. From The Hot Zone to Veronica Mars to Stranger Things, from Catch 22 to The Dangerous Book for Boys to Carnival Row, from YouTube to Hulu to Amazon Prime to Netflix and beyond… the streaming video market produces more varied works than either Hollywood or network TV. Learn about these streaming video emerging markets, what content they are looking for, and where to submit your finished scripts.
This free program is sponsored by the Connecticut Screenwriters group at the West Hartford Public Library and presented by Professor Scott Anderson former director of the Harvard Square Scriptwriters. Scott Andersonhas taught screenwriting at universities since the late 1980s beginning at U Mass, Lowell, and moving on to Emerson College, and has lectured at U Mass, Boston, Boston College, and the Connecticut Screenwriters, among others. He is currently the creative director for Johnston Media LLC, and a judge in the NYCMIDNIGHT writing challenges.
REGISTRATION (below) is required for admission, or by calling the library at 860-561-6990. REFRESHMENTS: Morning coffee, juice, and pastry will be offered to attendees beginning at 10:00am.
PARKING: There is ample library parking in the nearby Isham Garage. Please bypass the garage payment kiosks and come directly to the lecture in the Library Meeting Room, 20 South Main Street, where you may validate your parking with your license plate number.
This program is made possible by a grant from the Thomas F. Kilfoil Memorial Bequest and the West Hartford Public Library Foundation.