If you're writing about a person, place, time, or an event, research is necessary. Screenwriters need a blend of historical, investigative, image, and general research skills to bring their characters and worlds to life and ground them in reality. Researching as you write will inform your decisions, plus make your work stronger and more credible. But the world—and the Internet—is big, so our friendly Library staff is here to help make it smaller for you.
Join us for a seminar and workshop where we'll introduce you to a wide range of free resources for conducting general research, provide a framework for defining research questions, give you tools to manage the research process, and some solid ideas on how to move forward with a specific research query.
Seminar and workshop conducted by WGF archivists and librarians Hilary Swett, Lauren O'Connor, and Javier Barrios.
Doors open at 6:30pm. Workshop starts at 7:00pm.
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