Learning how to give and receive feedback is an artform that makes you a better creator and collaborator, but is rarely discussed. Join our partners at The Black List in a live webinar on how to navigate this nuanced, yet powerful aspect of crafting your screenplay--and career. There's great value to inviting others to read your work and let you know if your intentions are on the page. Feedback can help you in building more dynamic characters, developing stronger storylines, and creating more enriching worlds. In this webinar, we'll share tips on who you should ask for feedback, and when; and discuss how to engage in a feedback dialogue. You'll leave with an understanding of how to listen to feedback and integrate notes that will support you in revising your work and taking it to the next level.

Moderator
Franklin Leonard is a film producer, cultural commentator, professor, and entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of the Black List, the company that celebrates and supports great screenwriting and the writers who do it via film production, its annual survey of best unproduced screenplays, online marketplace, live staged script readings, podcast, and screenwriter labs. more...
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Trey Ellis is an Emmy and Peabody winning filmmaker, American Book Award Winning novelist, playwright, essayist and Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia University’s School of the Arts. Most recently, he is an Executive Producer of the HBO documentary TRUE JUSTICE: BRYAN STEVENSON'S FIGHT FOR EQUALITY and last year’s KING IN THE WILDERNESS also for HBO. more...
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Amanda Idoko is a film & TV writer originally from the Bronx, NY. Current feature projects include Breaking News In Yuba County (dir. Tate Taylor, starring Allison Janney & Regina Hall), Plastic Man (DC) and Untitled Musical (Warner Bros, starring Cynthia Erivo). more...
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