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ABOUT THIS MODULE

Breaking into the film industry as a writer is one thing - staying in it is another.  Emmy-winning writer Steve Skrovan shares insights from his 30-year career on how to keep your Hollywood career alive and active.  Learn common pitfalls, life balance, and how to stay relevant in one of the fastest-changing, exciting businesses in the world.

 

IN THIS MODULE

  • 17:00 video that features the FilmTalk presentation and follow-up Q&A with host Jason Tomaric
  • Companion guide

 

LEARN

  • How to adapt and reinvent yourself
  • How to manage your creative vision with the reality of the project
  • How to network
  • Ageism and discrimination in the industry
  • How to manage with depression and feeling like a fraud
"This would be an excellent way to support a production course — and it gives students a way to easily review basic concepts."
 
   - Richie Sherman,
     Pennsylvania State University
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