How He Did It: A Success Story Conversation with Eric Giancola

Webinars ~ Success Stories Series
Hosted By:
Eric Giancola - Writer

Let’s face it. There are a million different paths to success. That’s true to some degree for most industries, but even more so for Tinseltown. We get it, and so we understand why it’s important to hear from people who have achieved what you want to achieve. Learn what their obstacles were, how they overcame them, and take what you can from those lessons to apply to your own life.

While it is true that there are as many paths to success as there are people, we can all learn something from how someone else did it. That’s why Roadmap is thrilled to have our lovely alumnus Eric Giancola back to share his story!

This 60-Minute Webinar Will Cover:

  • Getting started in screenwriting
  • Building your portfolio
  • Networking
  • How to take a meeting
More about
Eric Giancola

Bold voice seeking blank page to defile. Eric was dropped by the stork in the woods of Maine, studied acting at NYU, and began to write after deciding there was not enough content about gay people, dead people, or anthropomorphic pigeons. Eric gravitates toward absurd stories of unconventional love and describes his work as edgy, irreverent comedy for Millennial museum hoppers and dildo shoppers alike.

Eric splits his time between NY, LA and Sydney, working as an Associate Director to musical theater wizard, Casey Nicholaw, and romantic partner to a handsome Aussie fish named Jeremy. Having completed the television screenwriting program at UCLA-X, Eric is currently serving as a Writer’s Assistant to Emmy nominated writer/producer Our Lady J, as well as a Script Consultant for a series in development at New Regency.


How it Works


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