Grantee Spotlight: Film Independent Announces 2016 Screenwriting Lab Fellows

Oct. 14, 2016

Time Warner Foundation grantee, Film Independent, will develop a cohort of seven screenwriters to “invent the recipe” of their feature projects.  Film Independent’s Screenwriting Lab is a five-week, intensive program designed to train the Fellows’ discipline through story sessions and coaching from mentors.  Felicia Pride’s OpenEnded, Maria Abraham Girl With Child, Evan Romansky’s Detroitus, Ron Najor and Mark Eaton’s Dark Web, and Joshua Tate’s College Girl are the six screenplays selected for this year’s fellowships.

“We are thrilled to include each of these filmmakers and provide critical creative support and feedback to further develop their unique voices and help realize the full potential of their stories”  said Jennifer Kushner, Film Independent Director of Artist Development.

Click here to learn more about Film Independent and this year’s Screenwriting Lab Fellows.