Get ready for another
GENRE SMASH!
With AMY BERG!
On Tuesday, September 16th, TV and web series writer, Amy Berg, joins us at the NerdMelt Showroom to talk about her work on EUREKA, LEVERAGE, THE 4400, PERSON OF INTEREST, and how she transitioned from TV to the web by pitching her own series, CAPER, to Felicia Day’s Geek and Sundry multimedia production company. It’s now up to nine episodes and counting, with hundreds of thousands of views.
For more information on this exciting event and how to get tickets, click the link below!
https://www.wgfoundation.org/screenwriting-events/genre-smash-amy-berg/

 

Get ready for another

GENRE SMASH!

With AMY BERG!

On Tuesday, September 16th, TV and web series writer, Amy Berg, joins us at the NerdMelt Showroom to talk about her work on EUREKA, LEVERAGE, THE 4400, PERSON OF INTEREST, and how she transitioned from TV to the web by pitching her own series, CAPER, to Felicia Day’s Geek and Sundry multimedia production company. It’s now up to nine episodes and counting, with hundreds of thousands of views.

For more information on this exciting event and how to get tickets, click the link below!

https://www.wgfoundation.org/screenwriting-events/genre-smash-amy-berg/

 

popculturebrain:

New Trailer: ‘The Walking Dead’ season 5

brianmichaelbendis:

Love & Rockets #24 Cover - Art by Jaime Hernandez

brianmichaelbendis:

Love & Rockets #24 Cover - Art by Jaime Hernandez

(Source: theimaginauts)

GENRE SMASH! With AMY BERG!

On September 16th, we’ll be chatting with TV and web series writer Amy Berg at the NerdMelt Showroom to talk about her work on EUREKA, LEVERAGE, THE 4400, PERSON OF INTEREST, and how she transitioned from TV to the web by pitching her own series, CAPER, to Felicia Day’s Geek and Sundry multimedia production company.

For tickets and more info on the event, click the big green link!

GENRE SMASH! With AMY BERG!
On Tuesday, September 16th, TV and web series writer, Amy Berg, joins us at the NerdMelt Showroom to talk about her work on EUREKA, LEVERAGE, THE 4400, PERSON OF INTEREST, and how she transitioned from TV to the web by pitching her own series, CAPER, to Felicia Day’s Geek and Sundry multimedia production company. It’s now up to nine episodes and counting, with hundreds of thousands of views.
For more information on this exciting event and how to get tickets, click the link below!
https://www.wgfoundation.org/screenwriting-events/genre-smash-amy-berg/

GENRE SMASH! With AMY BERG!

On Tuesday, September 16th, TV and web series writer, Amy Berg, joins us at the NerdMelt Showroom to talk about her work on EUREKA, LEVERAGE, THE 4400, PERSON OF INTEREST, and how she transitioned from TV to the web by pitching her own series, CAPER, to Felicia Day’s Geek and Sundry multimedia production company. It’s now up to nine episodes and counting, with hundreds of thousands of views.

For more information on this exciting event and how to get tickets, click the link below!

https://www.wgfoundation.org/screenwriting-events/genre-smash-amy-berg/

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Ratonhnhaké:ton and how relevant he is to mass media: possibly one of the most important male protags thus far

sigma-klim:

Ratonhnhaké:ton, known by his adopted name Connor Kenway, is possibly one of mass media’s and 3rd gen gaming’s most important male protagonists thus far—he subverts common tropes glorifying hypermasculinity, the white savior complex and imperialism through his narrative. Ratonhnhaké:ton is a scarce and primary example of visible representation of both the Native American and biracial community, as his ethnicity is not only relevant to his narrative but also not vilified or demeaned: through Ratonhnhaké:ton’s narrative, the Mohawk peoples are instead humanized.

While the quality of AC3’s narrative can be debated, from a sociopolitical perspective, it’s important. Incredibly so. Rarely do you see a biracial, Mohawk protagonist who not only combats imperialism but isn’t reduced to a walking and problematic stereotype of some sort. Ratonhnhaké:ton is meant to be perceived as human and sympathetic at that to the player.

And there’s more to be said on not only that matter at that. Lengthy post below.

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Enjoy a few posts featuring video games that have been nominated for or won WGA awards! The scripts for these games can also be found available for the public to read at the WGF Library! Video games are a fairly new but growing media, as is the writing for these games.

You have to let people see what you wrote. It will never be perfect, but perfect is overrated. Perfect is boring.

Tina Fey (via writingquotes)
GENRE SMASH! With GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Writer NICOLE PERLMAN!
On Tuesday, August 19th, first-time screenwriter Nicole Perlman joins us at the Nerdmelt Showroom for another round of Genre Smash! to talk about working in Marvel’s writing program, developing a story based on a little-known comic series, and writing dialogue for a gun-toting raccoon.
For more information on this fantastic event and how to get tickets, click the link below!
https://www.wgfoundation.org/screenwriting-events/genre-smash-guardians-galaxy/

GENRE SMASH! With GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Writer NICOLE PERLMAN!

On Tuesday, August 19th, first-time screenwriter Nicole Perlman joins us at the Nerdmelt Showroom for another round of Genre Smash! to talk about working in Marvel’s writing program, developing a story based on a little-known comic series, and writing dialogue for a gun-toting raccoon.

For more information on this fantastic event and how to get tickets, click the link below!

https://www.wgfoundation.org/screenwriting-events/genre-smash-guardians-galaxy/