Screenwriting seminar with Steve Cuden, author of “Beating Hollywood” June 5, 2016
On June 5th at 4:00PM, Steve Cuden, author of “Beating Hollywood”, will be presenting his findings from his experience in film on the essentials in writing for the screen at the Hollywood Theater in Dormont. He will be sharing his knowledge and experience from his filmmaking career to all of those invited to the lecture. Tickets cost $35 and will include a copy of his book, a seat at the lecture, and refreshments at the reception.
Learn more about Mr. Cuden as he explains what makes a story a story:https://www.facebook.com/
TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED HERE: https://www.123signup.com/register?id=pkrrc
This event is sponsored by Carnegie Screenwriters.
WIFMPIT extends condolences to our friend Kim Moses on the passing of her husband, Ian Sander.
Kim is from SWPA and was an OPAL award winner in 2011. Our condolences are with her and her family. Ian and Kim worked alongside each other. This article highlights their work together and their talents.
Meet WIFM’s new Executive Director
Emily is a recent graduate of the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg with a dual major in Communications (Media Studies) and Visual and Performing Arts. Throughout her career she has held leadership positions in several organizations, including the Digital Media group, Performing Arts Society, Chorale, Visual Arts Society, and many others. She has previously worked at PPG Industries and Excela Health. In addition, she demonstrated her commitment to serving nonprofit organizations through her involvement with the Blackburn Center’s “Walk a Mile” event. Emily has also worked on a handful of films, including an Emerson University feature film: Crown of Gamma directed by Elliot Sheedy. Because she aspires to pursue a career in film, she has extensively studied film theories and demonstrates a passion in semiotics, feminist analysis, iconography/iconology, and the auteur theory. She wrote, directed, and edited her Visual and Performing Arts capstone piece while incorporating a feminist auteur approach. Emily has a strong background in screenwriting, directing, and editing and is very excited to be a part of Women in Film and Media.
You can contact Emily at EmilyS@wifmpit.org
Women In Film and Media Pittsburgh
Women in Film and Media (WIFM) Pittsburgh is a nonprofit membership organization whose mission is to improve the status and portrayal of women in film, television, and other screen-based media in Southwestern Pennsylvania and beyond.
WIFM comprises dynamic professionals, both men and women, who represent every aspect of the industry: producers, directors, cinematographers, production crew, actors, talent agents, accountants and lawyers.
We serve our community by facilitating their access to opportunities in industry. In addition, we lend our services to non-profit organizations helping women and children.
Our programs and events include workforce skills development through mentoring and training workshops; production of public service announcements for non-profits dedicated to women and children; and industry partnerships that further our mission.
WIFM is a chapter of Women In Film & Television International (WIFTI), a global network comprising over 40 chapters worldwide with more than 10,000 members, dedicated to advancing professional development and achievement for women in industry.
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