Scriptwriters Network @ Los Angeles Comic Con




Exciting News…

Scriptwriters Network will be attending the

Los Angeles Comic Con event

October 26-28, 2018 

at the Los Angeles Convention Center


We hope you will be able to attend.

You can find out more information about the

Los Angeles Comic Con

by clicking here.


Please stop by and visit us at our booth # 1925

and our panel listed below.


Scriptwriters Network’s Panel information below:

  • Panel date:Sunday, October 28
  • Time:  11:00 am to 12:30 pm
  • Location:  Room 301
  • Topic: Screenwriting for Animation
  • Panelists:  Craig Miller, Bill Freiberger, Joelle Sellner, Jorjeana Marie and Scott Russell – see info on each below
  • Moderator: Scott Russell


Craig Miller is a well-known and respected writer/developer/producer with over 200 credits.  He has worked in live-action and animation, written scripts, developed series, pitched to studios and networks, produced, cast, approved storyboards, character designs, and animation – the entire gamut of what goes into creating, selling, and producing a TV series.

Miller has worked as an executive and consultant in publicity, marketing, and licensing for Lucasfilm, Warner Bros., Universal, Disney, Columbia, Henson Associates, and others.  His work included the films Star WarsThe Empire Strikes BackExcaliburSuperman IIAltered StatesThe Dark CrystalThe Wicker ManThe Muppets Take Manhattan, Splash, My Science Project, Real Genius and many more.

But for most of his career, Miller has been writing, developing, and producing for television, films, and games.  He has worked directly with George Lucas and Jim Henson on projects including a syndicated magic special and Sesame Street.  The majority of Miller’s work has been for the children’s, tween, and teen/young adult market, including the 104 episode TV series Pocket Dragon Adventures on the BBC and in over 125 countries around the world.  He’s also written on action-adventure projects G.I. Joe and Beast Wars as well as comedy-adventure series The Real Ghostbusters and The Smurfs.  He spent three years writing the multiple-Emmy-winning Curious George for PBS.

His most recent work includes developing and writing for: Resistance, a live-action science fiction adventure series; Fortune Teller, a live-action fantasy adventure that’s a mixture of Vampire Diaries and Game of ThronesPlaytime Buddies, an animated pre-school series; Basketeers, an animated sports-themed adventure series; Grandpa’s Robot, a new series for Latin America; Cheddar Man & the Mysteries of Food, an animated educational series developed for a food channel; Wingin’ It, an animated comedy-music series based on a country singer’s children’s book; two series –Majid and Karamella – created and produced for airing in the Middle East, and Pet Parade, a series for the web.


Bill Freiberger is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, he has written, produced and directed for television for the past thirty years. A former stand-up comedian, Bill directed animation for the Emmy Award winning Pee-wee’s Playhouse. He has written for such diverse comedies as “The Howard Stern Show”; “Get A Life”; “The PJs” (for which he was nominated for an Emmy Award); “Two Guys, A Girl, And A Pizza Place”; “The Simpsons” (for which he was nominated for an Emmy Award); “Greg The Bunny”; and “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.” He’s been an Executive Producer and/or Showrunner for “Manhattan, AZ”; “3 South”; “Drawn Together”; “Warren The Ape”; and currently “Sonic Boom” for Cartoon Network. Bill has taught television writing at Chapman University and lectured at colleges and universities around the country. He is also a frustrated actor and often casts himself in his projects because no one else will.


Joelle Sellner began her career as an advertising copywriter, writing award-winning print, radio and television ads for clients such as Lexus, In-N-Out Burger, and Kleenex. Her writing for animated shows includes Sonic Boom, Ben 10: Omniverse, Teen Titans, Shin Chan, and Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.Her animated web series work includes LEGO DC Superhero Girls, Mattel’s Monster High, and the upcoming Super Slackers,which she created. Joelle has also worked on comics for DC, Marvel, Dynamite, Blizzard and IDW, as well as Lion Forge/Roar Comics (including Saved By the Bell and MER). In addition, she has written several live action made-for-cable romantic comedies which have aired on the Lifetime Movie Network.


Jorjeana Marie is a professional storyteller. Whether writing on Disney’s “Mickey and the Roadster Racers”, finishing up her forthcoming book “IDEA MACHINE” (Penguin Random House/Ten Speed Press – 2019) opening for Richard Lewis as a nationally touring stand-up comic, or being a produced Playwright in New York City, her stories have been as varied as the lives she has led.

Having written for Writer’s Digest Magazine and leading successful workshops (with Scriptwriter’s Network, Writer’s Digest Novel Writing Conference) combining her experience as an instructor and performer, she has been bringing the power of the games of improvisation to writers and other creatives for years.

As an award-winning narrator, Jorjeana’s storytelling skills have been employed in narrating over 250 audiobooks for Scholastic, Harper Collins, Audible, etc.  She has earned multiple Earphones awards, Best Voice of 2014, 2015 and 2016 and a prestigious Audie Award.  Publisher Weekly calls her “Pitch-perfect.”

Her voices can be heard on Nickelodeon, Final Fantasy, Star Trek, Travel Channel, The New Nancy Drew Diaries and a new animated series coming son.

Jorjeana is represented by William Morris Endeavor, Fuse Literary and The Cartel Management.


Scott Russell — during his eight years as Creative Director for Fox Kids Network, and twelve years owning his own media company, Scott Russell has worked as a film director, producer, photographer, designer, art director, creative director, editor, and writer, with clients including Warner Brothers, Disney Imagineering, Buena Vista Home Video, Saban, The History Channel, Warner Interactive, Sony Pictures and many others. Scott has mentored with Group 101 Films, and the California Museum of Photography. He has written for film and television, produced over fifty short films, and his first feature film Exquisite Corpse is currently being distributed through VMI Worldwide. He lives in a mostly-empty nest in greater, greater Los Angeles. Scott has taught Film, Writing, and Media Arts classes for eleven years, including courses in photography, motion graphics, video production, digital imaging, game design and screenwriting. His award-winning films have been screened in festivals worldwide, and seen on national network television.


Los Angeles Comic Con:

Los Angeles Convention Center

1201 S. Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90015

For more information, visit:


Event Times:

  • Friday, October 26th:
    1:00 pm to 8:00 pm
  • Saturday, October 27th:
    9:30 am to 7:00 pm
  • Sunday, October 28th:
    9:30 am to 5:00 pm


 We look forward to seeing you there!

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