About Caroline

Caroline Gill is currently a development assistant at Ian Bryce Productions, which has a first look deal with Netflix. She spends a lot of time reading and discussing material for the company's consideration. Previously, Caroline worked at APA for 2 years, first as an assistant in the TV Literary department, then as the Story Editor for Feature Literary. Caroline believes the best material is rooted in strong characters. The characters should come first, the plot second. Caroline love things that feel authentic and grounded. She want to feel that the writer really loves and cares about their story.

    Caroline's Pitch Tip: Stong lead character - everything is rooted in their POV/experience.


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    Session Date & Time: Sunday 9/23 @ 10:00am - 1:00pm PT

    This is for writers with the below formats & genres:

    Features: Budgets to $50MM

    • Drama
    • RomCom
    • Sci-Fi
    • Adventure
    • Thriller
    • Horror

    TV Projects:

    • Network, Cable & Streaming
    • One-Hour Pilots
    • Miniseries
    • Limited Series
    • Drama
    • Comedy
    • Sci-Fi
    • Adventure
    • Thriller
    • Horror

    Other themes & formats that interest this exec:

    • Coming-of-Age
    • Revenge
    • Futuristic
    • Post-Apocalyptic
    • Sports
    • Inspirational
    • True Stories
    • Biopics
    • Young Adult (YA)
    • Female-Driven
    • Period Piece
    • Crime/True Crime
    • Psychological
    • High-Concept
    • Books
    • Graphic Novels
    • Documentary Adaptations
    • Faith-Based/Faith-Friendly
    • Dramedies

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