One-On-One with Writer and Executive Producer William Uschold – Webinar

Webinar Event Date: Saturday, August 15, 2020 || Speaker: William Uschold || 

Start time: 1:00 pm PST ||

This event is with a Writer and Executive Producer who will discuss a variety of topics, including: writing strong characters, creating a compelling premise and/or story, finding your voice, hooking your reader, script development, financing, past projects, among many other topics.  See more information below.

 

IMPORTANT:

Please REGISTER before 10:00 pm on Thursday, August 13, 2020.

*Please note, you will receive the Zoom webinar link and password to attend this online meeting on Friday evening (PST), August 14th.

**EACH guest and/or attendee needs to REGISTER individually/separately. 

 

Annual Members, click the box below with your login information

register_button
 

Guests, click the box below = $30.00 

register_freepass
 

Admission:

FREE for SWN Annual members! (Join Now!)
$30.00 for Guests (Please use link above)

Event starts at 1:00 pm.                                     No Refunds. No Credits.
 

Born on the island of Guam, William Uschold is a visionary screenwriter with a strong love of music that manifested into a career writing music video treatments and producing many recording artist in the San Francisco Bay Area working with talented local artist such as Andi Roxx, Johnny Fresh, Mistah Fab and Tab Danger.
 
Uschold was inspired to do film as a needed platform to showcase stories about issues that plagued his community. After being galvanized by narratives of human trafficking, Uschold partnered with his longtime collaborator Tyrone Dangerfield launching The Oakland Film Company, a production company that focuses on the parables straight from the streets of Oakland.
 
Mr. Uschold is a Writer and Executive Producer on The Broken Rose.

 
Meeting Timeframe: 1:00 pm PST to approximately 3:00 pm PST

Any questions, email us at info@scriptwritersnetwork.org.

 

Twitter Instagram Tumblr Pinterest Meetup Facebook Email