Script Coordinator Workshop
Getting a seat in a Writers’ Room can be challenging, and often your first role is something that isn’t taught in school or writing courses. PSP will give you in-depth instruction on how to be a great Script Coordinator, including the various forms that this role can take, working with the writing staff, writers’ room etiquette and responsibilities, software and revision workflow, and how to navigate potential pitfalls. In addition, you’ll learn the realities of getting staffed in a room, and how the Script Coordinator works with the rest of the production staff, including producers, actors, and crew.
Who is this for?
Junior to mid-level writers who have never worked in a scripted series room and are eager learn the ins and outs of the room and the role of a Script Coordinator. Writers do not need to be part of the guild or any film union.
More Workshops to be Announced
2 Hour Classes
is a Vancouver-based screenwriter and filmmaker. He has worked on Netflix’s Altered Carbon and Another Life, SyFy’s Van Helsing, Showcase’s Continuum, and History Channel’s Klondike Trappers. He is also a fellow of the 2014 Writers Guild of Canada & Bell Media’s Diverse Screenwriters Program, a recipient of an MFA in Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia, and a BFA in Filmmaking from Simon Fraser University.