Historical & True Story Webinar Bundle


We at Roadmap have been hearing from execs and reps alike that scripts based on true stories are a hot commodity these days. And we can see why! When you hear that the movie or show you've just seen actually happened, you look at the story differently. Learning that Harriet Tubman really led soldiers for the Union Army and just how dire the situation in Dunkirk, France was gives the story a bigger punch. 
After all, truth is often stranger than fiction!  

Each individual webinar is usually $34, but all together they are just $43 - a savings of $93!

About Your Host

Kevin Nicklaus is the SVP of The Wolper Org., a historically significant television production company with a studio deal at Warner Bros. The company focuses on drama series, mini-series and movies for streaming. Past credits include ROOTS (2016), BATES MOTEL, PENN & TELLER: BULLSH!T, while legacy credits include LA CONFIDENTIAL, MURDER IN THE FIRST, WILLY WONKA & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, IMAGINE: JOHN LENNON, ROOTS, THE THORN BIRDS, NORTH & SOUTH.

Frederic Richter is Director of Development at Tradition Pictures, an LA based production company focused on bringing stories alive that need to be told in film, TV and other media. He has worked on TV shows for Showtime, The History Channel and The Investigation Discovery Channel. Frederic has worked as a Story Analyst and consultant for numerous production companies and financiers, including QED International, Black Label Media, Covert Media and The Black List. As a writer, his screenplay APPEARANCES, won 1st place in the Slamdance Screenwriting competition. His script, BLIND, co-written with Joe Novoa, is in pre-production with Parallax (Sally Hibbin) producing. Another feature he wrote and is producing, AFPAK is currently in development with independent producers. Frederic has worked as a writer, producer and consultant on a number of other independent feature film projects in development and pre-production. His AFI thesis film, MACHSOM, was screened at over twenty-five festivals, and won numerous grants and awards. He was always a history nerd and studied history, film, and literature at Sarah Lawrence College. He was a screenwriting Fellow at The American Film Institute (AFI) where he earned his MFA. He has taught classes on screenwriting, film history and the entertainment industry at Sarah Lawrence College, NYU, Mercy College and The Ghetto Film School. He is a Teaching Artist at The Ghetto Film School, an Instructor at NYU SPS, The Writing Institute at Sarah Lawrence and The International Film Institute. He is on the Alumni Board at Sarah Lawrence College, and the Board of the Hollywood Radio Television Society-- Associates N.Y.

Laura Herb is a former Director of Development from Imagine Entertainment where she spent 5 1/2 years working on films as diverse as GET ON UP, IN THE HEART OF THE SEA, and THE DARK TOWER. She's been a part of projects at major studios as well as independent financiers, and in addition to developing material closely with Imagine Entertainment co-founder Ron Howard, she's worked with filmmakers and writers such as Akiva Goldsman, Tate Taylor, Andrew Adamson, Seth Grahame-Smith, William Broyles Jr, and Lake Bell. Laura is originally from Pittsburgh, PA, and has her B.S. from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.

Taylor Allen & Andrew Logan are writing and producing partners who were recognized on the 2015 Black List and listed by Variety as one of the “10 Screenwriters to Watch” in 2017 for their screenplay Chappaquiddick. Subsequently, Taylor and Andrew were executive producers on the final film, which went on to enough critical success when it was released nationwide in April 2018 to subsequently be mentioned in Michelle Wolf’s comedy routine at White House Correspondents Dinner.

When he’s not writing, Taylor continues to edit for The Simpsons, and also worked with James L. Brooks as part of the editorial team on Gracie Film’s The Edge of Seventeen for STX Entertainment and ICEbox for HBO.

Andrew, who is based in Austin, TX, also produced Hannah Fidell’s 6 Years alongside The Duplass Brothers, which premiered at South by Southwest and sold to Netflix. Additionally, he co-produced two 2014 Sundance Film Festival premieres – Kat Candler’s Hellion and Todd Rohal’s short, Rat Pack Rat, which won the Special Jury Prize for Unique Vision.

Webinars

What To Expect

Immediately after registering, you will receive an Order Confirmation that serves as the receipt for your registration. In the Order Summary section of this email, there will be a link reading "CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS" that will take you to the page containing the Webinar recording. Under that link will be the Password you'll need to unlock the page and enjoy!

Questions?

If you have any questions or any trouble accessing the recording, email our Director of Education Alexandra Davies at alex@roadmapwriters.com!


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