Join us in congratulating Sherry Klein, (a participant in one of our New Writing Workshops) who has been hired to write an episode of a new animated series for Mattel TV. After securing the assignment, Sherry spoke about the workshop saying, “It was an amazing opportunity to learn from Paul Foley. It has been a motivator and a confidence booster and this week it paid off!”
Well done to Sherry, as well as to Paul, for all the hard work you’ve put in to achieve this!
Stay tuned for updates about new writing workshops starting in the fall.
Deadline to apply is fast approaching for the “TV vs Novel Writing: When Worlds Do and Don’t Collide” Workshop to be held on Sunday, June 29th at 1:00 p.m.
Applications for the “TV vs Novel Writing” one-day workshop must be received by Friday, June 20th at 12:00 p.m. PST. Email your name, email address and telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org with title of workshop in subject line.
The workshop will be held at TV Writers Fund for the Future offices 11340 W. Olympic Boulevard, Suite 242, Los Angeles, CA 90064.
Space is limited, so apply today!
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From 3/17/2014 the address of the TV Writers Fund for the Future will be:
11340 Olympic Boulevard (Suite 242)
Los Angeles CA 90064
In response to a query from a beneficiary at the FFF/QSF II public board meeting –
Election of directors of the 501(c)(3) entity:
The 501(c)(3) does not have members. The initial directors are listed in the By-laws as Art Eisenson, Ron Friedman, Judith Parker, Dan Wilcox and Steve Chivers. At the initial organizational meeting of the Board, the initial directors may elect directors, who will hold office for two years (and until a successor has been designated and qualified). At the end of the term and in the event of the resignation or death of a director, the directors then in office will elect, by a majority vote, successor directors. (See the Bylaws, § 3.4, § 4.2, § 4.5, § 4.6; California Corporations Code (Nonprofit Corporation Law), § 5310, § 5220.)
Please note that TV Writers Fund for the Future Inc. is a non-profit public benefit corporation. It is a separate legal entity from QSF II and does not form part of the settlement.
The annual public meeting of the Board of Governors of the TV Writers Fund for the Future will take place at the Pacific Design Center on Saturday December 7th at 10:30 AM.
Seating is limited to 150. We will also provide a conference call facility for people to access remotely. Reservations open on Saturday 11/23.
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Agenda is available here.
Fox have been in touch with the writers invited to apply for this year’s FWI. If you have not heard directly from Fox, then you have not been selected.