1. Screenwriting Panel

    Annapolis Film Festival
    annapolisfilmfestival.net/

    Screenwriting isn't something learned in grammar school. It feels more like a mysterious dark art, but the truth is that screenwriting is within the grasp of all who are interested. If you've ever told a story in your life, you already have the basic knowledge needed to write a movie. Our acclaimed panel explores the difference between the literary and visual mediums, with guidance on how to find your unique voice and work within a creative team.

    PANELISTS:
    Lane Shadgett, screenwriter, Jamesy Boy & Perkins 14
    Jeanne Veillette Bowerman, Editor & Online Community Manager, Script Magazine
    David S. Ward, Oscar winning screenwriter, The Sting & Sleepless in Seattle
    MODERATOR:
    Michael I. Miller, writer, producer; Writers Guild of America & Advisory Board, Annapolis Film Festival
    INTRODUCTION:
    David Joyner, Education Committee

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  2. Screenwriting Panel

    Annapolis Film Festival
    annapolisfilmfestival.net/

    Screenwriting isn't something learned in grammar school. It feels more like a mysterious dark art, but the truth is that screenwriting is within the grasp of all who are interested. If you've ever told a story in your life, you already have the basic knowledge needed to write a movie. Our acclaimed panel explores the difference between the literary and visual mediums, with guidance on how to find your unique voice and work within a creative team.

    PANELISTS:
    Lane Shadgett, screenwriter, Jamesy Boy & Perkins 14
    Jeanne Veillette Bowerman, Editor & Online Community Manager, Script Magazine
    David S. Ward, Oscar winning screenwriter, The Sting & Sleepless in Seattle
    MODERATOR:
    Michael I. Miller, writer, producer; Writers Guild of America & Advisory Board, Annapolis Film Festival
    INTRODUCTION:
    David Joyner, Education Committee

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  3. Screenwriting Panel

    Annapolis Film Festival
    annapolisfilmfestival.net/

    Screenwriting isn't something learned in grammar school. It feels more like a mysterious dark art, but the truth is that screenwriting is within the grasp of all who are interested. If you've ever told a story in your life, you already have the basic knowledge needed to write a movie. Our acclaimed panel explores the difference between the literary and visual mediums, with guidance on how to find your unique voice and work within a creative team.

    PANELISTS:
    Lane Shadgett, screenwriter, Jamesy Boy & Perkins 14
    Jeanne Veillette Bowerman, Editor & Online Community Manager, Script Magazine
    David S. Ward, Oscar winning screenwriter, The Sting & Sleepless in Seattle
    MODERATOR:
    Michael I. Miller, writer, producer; Writers Guild of America & Advisory Board, Annapolis Film Festival
    INTRODUCTION:
    David Joyner, Education Committee

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  4. Screenwriting Panel

    Annapolis Film Festival
    annapolisfilmfestival.net/

    Screenwriting isn't something learned in grammar school. It feels more like a mysterious dark art, but the truth is that screenwriting is within the grasp of all who are interested. If you've ever told a story in your life, you already have the basic knowledge needed to write a movie. Our acclaimed panel explores the difference between the literary and visual mediums, with guidance on how to find your unique voice and work within a creative team.

    PANELISTS:
    Lane Shadgett, screenwriter, Jamesy Boy & Perkins 14
    Jeanne Veillette Bowerman, Editor & Online Community Manager, Script Magazine
    David S. Ward, Oscar winning screenwriter, The Sting & Sleepless in Seattle
    MODERATOR:
    Michael I. Miller, writer, producer; Writers Guild of America & Advisory Board, Annapolis Film Festival
    INTRODUCTION:
    David Joyner, Education Committee

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  5. Screenwriting Panel

    Annapolis Film Festival
    annapolisfilmfestival.net/

    Screenwriting isn't something learned in grammar school. It feels more like a mysterious dark art, but the truth is that screenwriting is within the grasp of all who are interested. If you've ever told a story in your life, you already have the basic knowledge needed to write a movie. Our acclaimed panel explores the difference between the literary and visual mediums, with guidance on how to find your unique voice and work within a creative team.

    PANELISTS:
    Lane Shadgett, screenwriter, Jamesy Boy & Perkins 14
    Jeanne Veillette Bowerman, Editor & Online Community Manager, Script Magazine
    David S. Ward, Oscar winning screenwriter, The Sting & Sleepless in Seattle
    MODERATOR:
    Michael I. Miller, writer, producer; Writers Guild of America & Advisory Board, Annapolis Film Festival
    INTRODUCTION:
    David Joyner, Education Committee

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