SUN OCT 20 | 5:00 PM | Gallier Hall
It’s no secret that great films and series begin with a blank page or a white screen. Two seasoned pros sit down for a candid chat about the twists and turns of the writing life.
Landa Yoosuf (moderator) is the co-founder of Black Film Space, a grassroots collective for Black filmmakers.
Felicia Pride is a writer on Queen Sugar and recently sold a drama pilot to Universal Cable Productions. A forthcoming feature film based on her script, Really Love, is in post-production from MACRO.
Rochée Jeffrey has written on several television series, including Showtime’s SMILF. On the film side, she sold a feature pitch to Lionsgate with Issa Rae serving as an executive producer.