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(June 26) POWERFUL COLLABORATIONS: How Writers Can Partner for Success
The Writers Guild of America, East
Invites you to attend a lunch & learn
How Writers Can Partner for Success
RSVP REQUIRED (Writers Guild members Only)
Tuesday, June 26 at 12:30 p.m.
250 Hudson Street, Suite 700
New York, NY 10013
This interactive workshop will give you the Agent’s/Career Coach’s strategy for attracting, creating and building powerful collaborations as a writer. Gain the tools to strengthen your creative vision through partnering with complementary individuals – fellow writers, producers, studio executives, directors. What pitfalls should you avoid, how do you know if it’s the right fit, how do you structure the relationship and what happens if the collaboration isn’t working? Learn to claim your voice in every interaction, articulate your creative points with impact and how to navigate conflict. Create your own blueprint for an ideal partnership and reap the maximum rewards.
Jim Arnoff is a Television/Digital Packaging Agent representing New York production companies (reality, documentary, docu-drama, non-fiction) in developing and selling original programming to the cable and digital networks. He is an entertainment lawyer and Certified Life/Career Coach to the entertainment industry. Jim worked at the William Morris Agency as both an in-house lawyer and packaging agent. He leads workshops for the Producers Guild, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, HBO, TimeWarner, New York Women in Film & Television, Time, Inc., MTV Networks and NYU/Stern, Steinhardt, Tisch, Tandon and Wagner. Jim is a faculty member of the School of Visual Arts, FIT and NYU. He is a member of the New York City, New York State and LGBT (LeGal) Bar Associations.
RSVP Cancellation Policy
We understand that unplanned issues can come up and you may need to cancel your attendance at an event. If that happens, you must provide at least five (5) hours advance notice to allow the accommodation of other members on the waiting list. Cancellations must be made by email; phone cancellations will not be accepted.
After missing three events without sending a cancellation notice to email@example.com within the defined window, you will be notified that you have been placed on a three-month hiatus from attending WGAE screenings.
Please note that is your responsibility to track your reservations and strikes. You will only be notified upon your third and final strike that you have been placed on hiatus.
Our priority is ensuring that our programming is robustly attended and accessible to all members. We hope this policy will enable us to better serve the needs of all members.