If you're an aspiring writer, musician, filmmaker, visual artist, poet, entrepreneur or other creative type who's unhappy with your current lack of progress, this 3 day challenge is for you.
I’m presenting my paper on Elaine May at this year’s Citizen Jane Film Festival. The panel discussion is titled, “Frank and Funny: Female Screenwriters Who Should be More Famous" and also includes presentations on Ruth Ann Baldwin, Gina Prince-Bythewood, June Mathis, Julie Plec, Madelyn Pugh and Amy Sherman Palladino. If you haven’t heard of these amazing women, we’re trying to change that!
Tired of the same old faces? So were we. Enter our MFA class of 2018.
18 writers -- 16 women, 6 writers of color, and 1 white guy who speaks fluent Russian and works for the U.N. Not your typical graduating MFA class, and these are not your typical writers.
The New York Times says that a rising demand for diverse writers is meeting short supply. The Stephens College MFA in Television and Screenwriting is committed to increasing diversity and the voices and impact of women in the TV and film industry.