Great Screenwriter Series!

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Hey, screenwriters—

If you’re in L.A., the Writers Guild Foundation is putting on a terrific series of conversations with A-list screenwriters.

Anatomy of a Script” is a six-week series of Tuesday night sessions, hosted and moderated by film and TV writers Robin Schiff (Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion, Lipstick Jungle) and Winnie Holzman (Once & Again, My So Called Life).

Sessions are held at the WGA (7000 W Third St, Los Angeles, CA 90048), and there's free parking beneath the building.

Each evening begins at 7:30 each Tuesday, and is preceded by a screening of something written by the guest writer. Here's a list of each week's guest and screening...

STEPHEN GAGHAN on Traffic
Tuesday, March 11 - 7:30 - 10pm
Screening of Traffic: 4:35pm

NANCY OLIVER on Lars and the Real Girl
Tuesday, March 18 - 7:30 - 10pm
Screening of Lars and the Real Girl: 5:20pm

JASON KATIMS on Friday Night Lights
Tuesday, March 25 - 7:30 - 10pm
Screening of Friday Night Lights (Pilot): 6:00pm

BRUCE JOEL RUBIN on Ghost
Tuesday, April 1 - 7:30 - 10pm
Screening of Ghost: 5:00pm

LARRY WILMORE on The Bernie Mac Show
Tuesday, April 8 - 7:30 - 10pm
Screening of The Bernie Mac Show (Pilot): 6:30pm

SHONDA RHIMES on Grey's Anatomy
Tuesday, April 15 - 7:30 - 10pm
Screening of Grey's Anatomy (Pilot): 6:00pm

Tickets are $50 for the general public, $40 for WGA members, and $30 dollars for students. To buy tickets, visit www.wgfoundation.org or call 323-782-4692.

Have fun!

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