The Writers' Roundtable: Marvel vs. DC, Writing Race, Diversity in Film & TV, Adapting Novels to Screenplays

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In this Bonus September Writers Roundtable yet again, we are turning the content of the webcast over to you! This webcast is an open forum for you to openly discuss your latest successes, challenges, observations, and questions.During the webcast members discuss the differences between the Marvel and DC Universes, how to tackle writing race and ethnicity in screenplays, a step-by-step process for adapting novels into screenplays, life on set post COVID and much more! Here are some helpful links from the discussion:  Academy Awards Inclusion Initiative: https://deadline.com/2020/09/oscar-best-picture-shakeup-criticism-academy-heads-1234573760/ The Personal History of David Copperfield: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6439020/reference   Full Bio »

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In this Bonus September Writers Roundtable yet again, we are turning the content of the webcast over to you! This webcast is an open forum for you to openly discuss your latest successes, challenges, observations, and questions.

During the webcast members discuss the differences between the Marvel and DC Universes, how to appropriately write race and ethnicity in screenplays, Diversity in Film & Television, a step-by-step process for adapting novels into screenplays, life on set post COVID and much more! 

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In this Bonus September Writers Roundtable yet again, we are turning the content of the webcast over to you! This webcast is an open forum for you to openly discuss your latest successes, challenges, observations, and questions.

During the webcast members discuss the differences between the Marvel and DC Universes, how to tackle writing race and ethnicity in screenplays, a step-by-step process for adapting novels into screenplays, life on set post COVID and much more!

Here are some helpful links from the discussion: 

Academy Awards Inclusion Initiative: https://deadline.com/2020/09/oscar-best-picture-shakeup-criticism-academy-heads-1234573760/

The Personal History of David Copperfield: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6439020/reference

 

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