We’ve been looking back at the last 3 years of Stage 32 on the blog. Take a glance with us here:
Over on the Stage 32 Happy Writers, with the current rise in independent film, we thought it would be a great idea to have Jake Detharidge, Head of Development at 3311 Productions, come in to teach How to Write Dramedies That the Industry Will Embrace. This is a 4 week class exclusive to Stage 32. Space is limited. To learn more and to register, please click here: How to Write Dramedies That the Industry Will Embrace
One of the most successful films of the year has been Guardians of the Galaxy. We've brought in Ross Putman, Producer and Founder of PSH Creative, to teach our exclusive Next Level Webinar, Deconstructing Guardians of the Galaxy - From Concept to Script to Screen to Beyond. Ross will be looking at ALL aspects of the film, including why the script is so respected in the industry, how the film was cast, the marketing choices that were made and much, much more. To see a video from Ross and to register, click here: Deconstructing Guardians of the Galaxy - From Concept to Script to Screen to Beyond
We have a ton of cool pitch sessions lined up for the weekend. You can see the full slate here: Stage 32 Pitch Sessions
And finally, it’s time for Online Pitchfest XXII – Big Dogs III. On September 27th and 28th, execs from the biggest studios out there will be hearing pitches exclusively for Stage 32 members. We have WME, Participant Media, BET, ABC, Vertigo, Paramount, Gold Circle, Odd Lot, Virgin Produced, Mosaic and Cinetic Media all ready to go. These are the decision makers and only Stage 32 has ‘em. All execs are in the market for new material and talent. Space is limited. To read more and to register, please click here: Online Pitchfest XXII – Big Dogs III
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POPULAR AND INTERESTING LOUNGE DISCUSSIONS
STAGE 32 PLANNED AND PROPOSED MEETUPS
The Stage 32 and The Stage 32 Happy Writers 3 Year Anniversary Party in Hollywood, October 1: https://www.stage32.com/events
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