After a series of successful events such as the Thriving in Hollywood Panel and Q&A with Paul Guyot and Geoffery Thorne, The Hatchery Press is now hosting a screenwriting panel featuring some of the biggest names in the film industry.
On December 8, from 7:30 to 9:30PM the Hatchery will open its doors for “Script To Screen: The Business of Screenwriting & Development,“ an exclusive panel featuring UTA Literary Agent Jon Huddle, Oscar Nominated producer Alix Madigan, SVP at HBO Programming Nora Skinner, Anonymous Content President and producer Paul Green and Silver Lining Entertainment Manager Jack Kingsrud.
During this panel, the audience will have the rare opportunity to ask these experts their burning questions—from how stories land on desks to how screenplays become movies—and to receive candid responses. Snacks and drinks will be served.
Tickets will go on sale November 18th at The Hatchery’s Eventbrite page. Pricing is $25 for Hatchery members (discount code required) and $40 for the general public. Space is limited.
A little bit about our panelists:
John Huddle is a Literary Agent in the Motion Picture Department with an roster of clients that have written projects such as Snow White & The Huntsman, Neighbors, The Hangover Part II, Divergent and Ted.
Alix Madigan is an Oscar nominated producer and the head of Creative Affairs at Broad Green. She as served in various producing capacities on movies like Winter’s Bone, Age of Adaline, Laggies and White Bird in a Blizzard.
Nora Skinner is an expert on story, and has produced movies like Me Earl & The Dying Girl, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Reader and Doubt. After working as producer at Indian Paintbrush and as SVP of Development at Scott Rudin Productions, she has recently joined HBO as their SVP of Programming.
A member of both the The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the TV Academy, Paul Green joined Anonymous Content in 2004, where he currently serves as President and Producer. He assists with the development, financing, production and distribution of films, television programming, commercials and internet projects, and has worked on movies like the currently buzzing The End of The Tour and the upcoming The Revenant and Triple 9.
Featured on The Hollywood Reporters’s Next Gen Class of 2009, Jack Kingsrud has an eye for developing talent. After working as a Motion Picture Agent at Paradigm, Jack Kingsrud joined Silver Lining Entertainment as a manager in 2015, bringing an impressive roster of clients with him.