Panel: The Road to Television
Want to learn more about how to write, direct, and produce television?
Join Crickett Rumley, Director of the Film Festival Department, for an informative online panel about getting into television. Presented by the Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center (BHERC), it has been designed especially for students and first-time writers, directors, and producers.
Friday, November 20, from 4:30 to 7 pm Pacific // 7:30-10 pm Eastern.
Here's how the event will work:
4:30-5 Pacific pm // 7:30-8 pm Eastern -- Gather in Crickett’s Zoom Room to meet other NYFA students from all three campuses and get psyched for the Q&A.
5–6 pm Pacific // 8-9 pm Eastern -- Attend the "Road to Television" panel at BHERC.
6-7 pm Pacific // 9-10 Eastern -- Return to Crickett’s Zoom Room for discussion and networking.
Tamara T. Gregory, Head of Television of Wilmore Films
Ilunga Adell, Writer (first Black writer for a TV sitcom)
Mary Jo Miller, Associate Director Operations, Walt Disney
Frank Bennett Gonzalez, Executive in Charge of Diversity, Programs and Committee; Directors Guild of America
Attorney Danielle M. Forbes, Counsel Writer Guild of America, West, INC. (WGA).
The moderator is Academy Award-nominated filmmaker David Massey, “Last Breeze of Summer.”
Fill out the form below and tell your NYFA friends!
Questions? Email Crickett Rumley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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