Stacey Ashworth

Stacey Ashworth

Screenwriter and Story Analyst

Los Angeles, California

Member Since:
November 2011
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About Stacey

The best way to reach me is by email at staceypashworth@gmail.com, or check out my website: www.ashworthwrites.com!

Are you a producer, studio, or fellow screenwriter? Excellent. I want to work with you!

As an award-winning MFA in screenwriting and experienced story analyst, I’m excited to collaborate with production companies, studios, or screenwriters with their upcoming feature or television projects. With over four years of years of comprehensive film, story, and script analysis, my skills will lend conscientious and thoughtful insight into what makes a script not just work, but sing.

My interests spread to…

- Research and development of an original feature or television premise
- Collaboration with fellow screenwriters, directors, and producers
- All genres from low budget dramas to high budget thrillers
- Story analysis – constructive coverage writing of feature, pilots, books, and plays
- Story editing – succinct enhancing of plot, character, pacing, act breaks, and more

For a more comprehensive look at my writing history and experience, take a look at my website: www.ashworthwrites.com, or send me an email! I’d love the opportunity to meet new people and hear about what you're up to in the industry.

Photos

Loglines

  • "Introduction to Poetry" -- COMMUNITY EPISODE

    "Introduction to Poetry" -- COMMUNITY EPISODE Comedy After enrolling in a poetry class, the gang’s various vulnerabilities come to light: the professor has a grudge to bear with Britta that results in Greendale’s first Poetry Slam; Troy, under the impression that Abed will move to India after graduation, desperately attempts to lure him back with a love poem; and Annie struggles with her poetic limitations when Shirley writes a better poem than her.

  • RED SUNRISE OVER NORWALK

    RED SUNRISE OVER NORWALK Drama Thriller After experiencing a brutal assault, a failed artist finds the inspiration she always dreamed of. However, this inspiration only exists when the effects of the assault are fresh, so she struggles to hold onto the life she now experiences, while retaining the life she once had.

Credits

  • BEAUTIFUL, RADIANT THINGS

    BEAUTIFUL, RADIANT THINGS (2010)
    Film (short) by Gaia Bonsignore Screenwriter

  • IN CONCLUSION (one act)

    IN CONCLUSION (one act) (2009)
    Theater by Festival of Innovative and New Drama Playwright

  • FRESHMAN'S WHARF (webseries)

    FRESHMAN'S WHARF (webseries) (2009)
    Film by Writers Room Productions Assistant Director, Episode 1, Episode 2

Awards

  • University of Texas at Austin's Longhorn Showcase Winner
    (2011)

  • James A. Michener Fellowship for Screenwriting
    (2011)

  • James A. Michener Fellowship for Screenwriting
    (2010)

  • The Keith and Shirley Wagner Prize for Writing
    (2009)

Education

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