Diane English and Phil Rosenthal share their experiences, discuss their careers, and the process behind some of their most memorable works.
This panel aims to create an increase of understanding and empathy by promoting more accurate portrayals of foster care and foster youth in TV and film.
A discussion about what it means to be intersex from the leader of the largest intersex organization in the country and a diverse panel of intersex artists and storytellers.
This panel brings together a diverse group of those who work in journalism and those who adapt news for film/TV to discuss the role of the Fourth Estate in media and entertainment.
This informational session with Pension & Health Fund staff includes a discussion about eligibility, earnings caps, how to use points when you are between jobs, and more.
This panel explores how writers can use social media to build their brands, raise their profiles, and bolster career opportunities.
Two of TV’s most popular and prolific writers—Damon Lindelof and Ronald D. Moore—share their experience as genre storytellers.
This panel explores how intelligence and spycraft stories reflect the era during Post War, Cold War, 9/11, and beyond. What do our shows and films say about the times we live in?
This panel demystifies the incorporation process by presenting case studies of the three tiers of income levels of TV and feature writers—low, mid, and high.
This panel focuses on how writers can negotiate the challenges of the marketplace and find effective strategies for taking out their original features as the industry seems obsessed with IP.
A virtual panel to help feature writers be their own best advocate in their next contract negotiation.
Reading and understanding an employment contract can be daunting to many writers but to be your own best advocate it's important to pay attention to the details of your contract negotiation.
A semi-regular lunchtime discussion about writing in the time of COVID with the hosts of the Children of Tendu podcast.
WGAW Online Services, Member Organizing, and board members Angelina Burnett and Luvh Rakhe present an online tutorial to help you get the most out of this powerful tool for writers.
This panel about what makes a good agent-writer relationship is moderated by WGAW Board Member David Slack with feature and television agents signed to the WGA franchise agreement.
Miata Edoga (National Financial Wellness Consultant, The Actors Fund) and CPA Page Villaluna present this workshop about how writers can skillfully navigate your way toward financial wellness.
Indie filmmakers and industry insiders talk about how to get your screenplay financed, produced and sold in today’s feature film marketplace.