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- Moderator, Dan Lin, Producer, Lin Pictures
- Lynn Harris, EVP of Production, Warner Bros.
- Polly Johnsen, Producer, Polymorphic Pictures
- Kurt Johnstad, Screenwriter of 300, ACT OF VALOR
- Keya Khayatian, Agent, United Talent Agency
- Niija Kuykendall, VP of Production, Warner Bros.
- Matt Skiena, VP of Production, Village Roadshow Pictures
- Lionel Wigram, Producer, Wigram Productions
*panelists subject to change
Please use your name EXACTLY as it appears on your photo ID when you RSVP
Evening 1: Tuesday, April 30th, 2013*
Evening 2: Wednesday, May 1st, 2013**
*No writing sample is required to attend Evening 1, submission deadline for writing sample is Wednesday, April 24, 2013, at 11:59pm PST.
**Second session limited to finalists only
Arrivals: 6:00pm – 6:30pm
Panel Begins: 6:30pm
Mixer: 7:45 pm
Location: Warner Bros. Studio Lot, Attendees must present photo ID to enter the lot.
4000 Warner Blvd. Burbank, CA, 91522. Enter through Gate 4 off Hollywood Way.
Available on the Warner Bros. lot. Attendees must arrive between 6:00-6:30pm.
RSVP: Please follow instructions exactly as stated
- Free for CAPE members
- Free for East West Players Members, and Warner Bros. NAPA employee members (In the Notes section, please designate if you are an EWP Member or Warner Bros. NAPA employee member)
- $40 for non-members
- Please use your name EXACTLY as it appears on your photo ID when you RSVP
- When you RSVP, please indicate in the Notes section if you will be submitting a writing sample
- Please send your writing sample consisting of a logline and paragraph (no more than 100 words) describing your project to [email protected]
- Subject Line: Film Pitch Lab Writing Sample
CAPE is joining forces with Warner Bros. Studios to launch the inaugural CAPE Feature Film Pitch Lab. This incredible opportunity is for those who want to work with mainstream studios and production companies. The CAPE Feature Film Pitch Lab will be a two-night workshop led by CAPE Board Member Dan Lin and industry professionals who buy and sell pitches daily.
On Evening 1, Lin and a panel of experts will give participants valuable insights on how to pitch their stories in a succinct and entertaining way. Attendees will be asked to submit a short writing sample consisting of a logline and paragraph (no more than 100 words) describing their project. The top ten submissions will be invited back to attend Evening 2.
On Evening 2, those who are chosen will get the exciting chance to pitch in front of Lin, film buyers, and sellers, who will also be offering critiques on pitching style and your creative ideas.