[Success Stories Series] How He Did It: A Conversation w/ James Moorer

Roadmap Writers Top Tier Alumnus
Sunday 10/4 @ 4:00pm - 5:30pm PT

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 James Moorer back to share his story!

This 90-Minute Webinar Will Cover:

  • Getting started in screenwriting
  • Building your portfolio
  • Networking
  • How to take a meeting
  • Live Q&A!
About Your Host

Cleveland, Ohio native, James Moorer is a Los Angeles based screenwriter who writes both features and TV projects. James specializes in stories with protagonists that are underdogs, not afraid to get their hands dirty. James won the Roadmap Diversity Initiative Program in August of 2018, and has produced a number of shorts, including a re-imagining of Stephen King’s IN THE DEATHROOM. James’ recently had three projects optioned, one based on his written pitch.

What To Expect

Immediately after registering, you will receive an Order Confirmation email that serves as the receipt for your registration. In the Order Summary section of this email you will find the "JOIN LINK" to join the Live Webinar. Webinars are conducted via video conferencing software ZOOM. You will receive a link to the recording of the Webinar via email within 24 hrs. following the live session.

Can't Attend Live? 

Can't make the live session but still have a question you want answered during the Q&A portion? Email it to alex@roadmapwriters.com and submitted questions will be provided to the moderator to address during the Q&A. 

Questions? 

Shoot an email to our Director of Education Alexandra Davies at alex@roadmapwriters.com!


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