NALIP, The National Association of Independent Producers, would like to invite content creators to the “Basics of Writing a TV Spec” Workshop, which is part of our ongoing Latino Lens Workshop Series.
This interactive workshop is designed to guide lead aspiring writers through some of the techniques that will be helpful in getting their first (or next) spec script started, be it a one-hour drama, or a half hour comedy.
This 2 1/2 hour workshop will lead aspiring writers through some of the techniques that will be helpful in getting their first (or next) spec script started, be it a one-hour drama, or a half hour comedy. The workshop will also include the basic structure of a beat sheet and how to break the A, B, and C storylines for their one hour, or half hour spec.
Ligiah Villalobos, who we was previously featured in our #WeAreInclusion Campaign is a writer, producer and director, who has worked both in feature films and television. Before these roles, she was a studio executive, working at the Walt Disney Company. She has overseen the ABC Diverse Program and worked at the CW, overseeing six shows, such as Steve Harvey and The Jamie Foxx Show. Today, Villalobos teaches at Cal State University, Los Angeles, and is also currently developing two TV series ideas.
Admission is free for current NALIP members.
To learn more about our Latino Lens Workshop series and to RSVP visit: nalip.org/latino_lens_workshop_series
ABOUT NALIP: The National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP) is a national membership organization that addresses the professional needs of Latinx content creators. NALIP stands as the premiere Latino media organization, addressing for close to 20 years the most underrepresented and the largest ethnic minority in the country. NALIP’s mission is to discover, promote and inspire Latino content creators and diverse voices across all media platforms. NALIP serves the needs of diverse content creators including, producers, performers, writers, directors, and industry professionals. For more information, visit NALIP.org.