Ah, the hour long drama pilot. For those of us who write in this space, we know that putting together a killer pilot is a tough nut to crack. From setting up the world to the characters to the series, we have a lot to accomplish in those 60 pages. The question all of us end up asking ourselves is: how can we make sure we're hitting all the beats we need to while still telling an organic and engaging story?
Take this special two week clinic and learn all this and more!
This Two Week Clinic Will Cover:
- Expectations of a drama pilot
- The marketplace
- How to make your script stand out
- Feedback on your first 10 pages
Julie Spinner is a Television Executive at Stampede Ventures. She is an LA native who lived in Atlanta for four years attending Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, where she studied Film/Media Management and Strategy/Management Consulting. After spending summers interning at FX, Killer Content, WME and Lionsgate, Julie was offered a full time position in the WME mailroom. At WME, she worked in Indie Film Financing/Sales and TV Lit. Now at Stampede Ventures, Julie’s focus is in the domestic TV group where she helps to find and develop the next big TV franchise. Some of Stampede’s TV projects in development to note are CRAG BANYON (Shane Black, Animated Comedy at Fox) and DEMO (Chainsmokers, Music Drama).
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