Frank and Funny: Female Screenwriters Who Should Be More Famous from Citizen Jane Film Festival 2018 [Video] (1:15:00)

For the third year in a row several current and alumni students of the Stephens College MFA in TV and Screenwriting shared their research on female screenwriters at the Citizen Jane Film Festival

Frank and Funny: Female Screenwriters Who Should Be More Famous from Citizen Jane Film Festival 2018 [Video] (1:15:00)

 

 

For this year’s panel titled: “Frank and Funny Female Screenwriters Who Should Be More Famous” we were joined by:

  • Y’Dhanna Daniels (Class of 2018), who presented on Gina Prince- Bythewood;
  • Jennifer Anne Martin (Class of 2018), who presented on Julie Plec (co-creator of The Vampire Diaries).
  • Yasser Shahin ((Class of 2017), who presented on Gene Gauntier;
  • Alexandra Fernandez (Class of 2019 ) who presented on Ruth Ann Baldwin;
  • Adam Parker (Class of 2019 ), who presented on June Mathis; 
  • Erika Campany (Class of 2018), who presented on Madelyn Pugh;
  • Cynthia Macadam (Class of 2018), who presented on Amy Sherman Palladino;
  • Krista Dyson (Class of 2018), who presented on Elaine May

Thanks to all who came out to listen and learn, especially the undergraduate literature students from Kris Somerville’s classes!

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