Registration (includes networking lunch)

$250 + HST


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Sunday, May 6, 2012 from 9 am to 5 pm

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Morris J Wosk Centre For Dialogue, 
Simon Fraser University
420 Strategy Room
580 West Hastings Street (enter via Seymour St)
Vancouver, BC V6B 1L6

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TV Writing Seminar

Larry KaplowTV, eh? presents a one-day seminar on writing for television with Emmy-nominated and Writers Guild of America Award-winning writer/producer Larry Kaplow (House, Body of Proof), Sunday, May 6, 2012. Vancouver writer Daegan Fryklind (The Listener, Being Erica) will moderate the session.

Participants will learn practical information on breaking in, pitching, story structure, the writing room, dealing with notes, writing for production, as well as developing their own work.

Larry Kaplow is an Emmy-nominated television writer/producer, winner of the 2005 Writers Guild of America Award for Outstanding Television Script, Episodic Drama, for the House episode "Autopsy." He attended the University of Rochester for English and New York University's Graduate Program in Creative Writing, Fiction, and began his television career as an assistant on Clueless and Chicago Hope before writing for Family Law, Hack, K-Ville and Body of Proof, in addition to six seasons with House. Kaplow has lectured at USC, NYU, Duke University, Johns Hopkins, and the National Association of Broadcasters, among others. 

Daegan Fryklind has written for The Listener, Being Erica, The Guard, jPod (Leo Award winner in Dramatic Writing for the episode "The Final Shot"), Robson Arms (nominated for a WGC Award for the episode "Misery Inc"), Falcon Beach, and Cold Squad as well as the animated series Yvon of the Yukon, Something Else, and What About Mimi? She was co-writer on the feature Edison and Leo. Daegan is currently in development on two dramatic series, one with CBC/Lark and one with Space/CTV/No Equal.

Registration includes networking lunch and coffee breaks
$250 + HST

Cancellation Policy
Registration fees are non-refundable, but may be transferred to another participant.

Getting There
Public transportation is recommended (the marathon will take place that day) and Waterfront Station is a block away, providing access to the SeaBus, SkyTrain and West Coast Express. However paid parking areas will be open and accessible all day from nearby Hastings, Pender and Water Streets.