Recording: 2022 TV Writing Fellowship Panel
If you’re applying to a writing program, this is essential.
This panel discussion on March 10th, 2022, is jam-packed with great advice, tips, and insight for anyone who’s applying for a coveted studio fellowship this year. If you missed it, here’s the video!
The heads of the main programs are all here—Karen Horne (Warner Media), Rebecca Windsor (Warner Bros), Liz Kelly (Disney), Carole Kirschner (CBS) and Michael Pogarian (NBC Universal). The host is Script Anatomy founder Tawnya Benavides Bhattacharya (fmr NBC Writer on the Verge and Fox Writers Initiative alum).
Script Anatomy’s record with fellowships is second to none. Twenty-four fellowships last year, ten of them at major studio programs. So make this event part of your strategy in 2022 – also consider this workshop, and sign up for classes to get your script in shape for submission. The time is now!
Karen Horne—Senior VP, Equity and Inclusion, Programs, WarnerMedia. Before WarnerMedia, Horne ran NBC’s Writers On The Verge program, and ran in-front-of and behind-the-camera primetime diversity efforts for NBC and Universal Television.
Rebecca Windsor—VP and Head of the Warner Bros. Television Workshop. Previously, she was the Creative Producing Initiative Manager of the Sundance Institute’s Feature Film Program, playing a key role in the Screenwriters and Directors Labs, Episodic Story Lab, and Creative Producing Lab and Summit.
Carole Kirschner—Carole is currently the Director of the Writers Guild of America’s Showrunner Training Program, the creator and Director of the CBS Diversity Writers Mentoring Program and the Director of the new Mentorship Matters Program
Liz Kelly—Liz manages the Disney Writing Program, Disney Directing Program, and Disney PA Program. Prior to Disney, she managed the Fox Writers Lab, Fox Directors Lab, Fox DP Lab, and Fox Filmmakers Lab.
Michael Pogarian—Michael is on the TV Programming DEI team at NBCUniversal (NBCU), helping to oversee the NBCU LAUNCH talent development programs for TV writers, directors, producers and below-the-line talent. Prior to working at NBCU, Michael co-created and lead the AT&T Hello Lab Mentorship Program.
When: Mar 10th | 6:30pm-7:45pm PST
Cost: Live Panel was free, $8 for the recording
This event is a Zoom webinar where only our panelists and host will be visible over video.