Writing for Today’s HOT Film & TV Market

/Writing for Today’s HOT Film & TV Market

october, 2016

26oct6:00 pm9:00 pmWriting for Today's HOT Film & TV Market

Event Details

Second Workshop in the 2 part series.

Join JUNE FORTUNATO for a lively TWO-SESSION workshop on OCTOBER 19TH & 26TH focused on developing your idea for a narrative scripted television series. In-class collaborative workshops will give you the interlocked story structure and character web development tools necessary for you to expand your idea into an exciting series that could run on network or cable, or be streamed. Some of the topics to be covered: what makes a good series premise; 7 essential story elements each storyline must hit; characters and their moral challenges; constructing a story world; and the art of cutting back and forth between storylines. Don’t miss this opportunity to finally bring your idea to life for the small screen!

June Fortunato is a producer, director and writer of her own works. With over 35 years of production experience, she currently teaches, “Writing for TV” for Arcadia University. The 15-week class is a hands-on, writer’s ‘Bootcamp,’ in which attendees write for every format of broadcast and cable television. June works with individual writers as a story consultant to help them find and shape the stories they want to tell — to date, she’s coached approximately 65 writers. Her film “Adele’s Way” broadcast on PBS, and the radio dramas she produced and directed, aired internationally and regionally.


(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


University of the Arts

211 S. Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102



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The Greater Philadelphia Film Office (GPFO) is a "film commission" representing southeastern Pennsylvania that officially serves the counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia.

We are a member of the Association of Film Commissions International (AFCI). GPFO, first established in 1985 as a part of Philadelphia city government, continues to reside within city offices.

In 1992, we became a regional economic development agency, incorporating in 2000 as the Greater Philadelphia Film Office, a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation.


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