In partnership with Native Women in Film & Television.
Native Women Write began in 2010, this a program is an intensive scriptwriting workshop that is designed to develop native women writers to further their careers in television and the entertainment industry.
2015 industry professionals will work with a hand full of native women writers, meeting once a month begining May thru November. In addition the program will develop drama and comedy writers for jobs at a television network and film studio.
Success Stories include: Our first native writer was a young Yale graduate, E.C. Galesi. The first part of the process, industry professionals worked along side Ms. Galesi to develop a feature script, based on a book titled Second Sunrise. The second part of this process, we then gave the script to Carolyn Dunn, an accomplished native author and playwright. Ms. Dunn then furthered the script to completion.
This project is now in pre-production and will began shooting 2015.
Native Women Write is made possible through gifts, grants and sponsorships.
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