The nonprofit Museum of Science Fiction is conducting a seminar on writing for television.
From their release:
Screenwriter Morgan Gendel, winner of the Hugo Award for Star Trek: The Next Generation fan-favorite episode “The Inner Light” and an Emmy nominee for Law & Order, will be conducting a Workshop for working writers, aspiring amateurs or those who just want to voice their ideas. In this 6-hour hands-on seminar, participants will work as a group to create the concept for a new sci-fi series. Building on that framework, the fundamentals of setting, character and action will be examined with an eye toward how they work together in a compelling screen story. Mr. Gendel will screen clips from his work and others’ to demonstrate.
A separate Daytime and Evening Workshop is offered. Limited seating.
EVENING WORKSHOP: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Evenings,
DAYTIME WORKSHOP: Wednesday, October 29 10:30 AM – 4PM
WHERE: Computing Research Association, 1828 L Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20036
A PLACE AT THE TABLE tickets guarantee you a seat – $175
Consultation with Mr. Gendel or a script analysis – $250
To best emulate the feel of a real Writers Room and allow everyone to have a hands-on experience, seating is limited to 24 participants at each workshop.
October 28-30 7-9PM attendance required all three evenings.
The nonprofit Museum of Science Fiction will be the world’s first comprehensive science fiction museum, covering the history of the genre across the arts. Please visit www.museumofsciencefiction.org for more information.