If you're writing about a real person, place, time, or an event, research is a critical component that not only makes you more credible as a writer, but also helps you make informed decisions that will reinforce your story’s relationship with the truth.
Join us for a case study in implementing research into your next project with Craig Mazin, creator/writer/executive producer of the critically acclaimed HBO limited series Chernobyl. We’ll study how the creative team approached their research, how they parsed through collected data to identify key info to implement in the show, and how they managed the relationship between staying true to the facts and taking creative license.
Doors open at 6:30pm. Event starts at 7:00pm.
Seats are limited for this session, so book your spots now!
Want to read the scripts for Chernobyl? Check out every script on John August’s website!
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