Do you have a great idea for a feature film or TV show, but aren’t sure where to start? The OFA is hosting a series of three hands-on workshops – led by young alumni working professionally in their fields – for pitching, directing and producing your film debut. SPACE IS LIMITED (15 slots), and registration is required by emailing Dana Knox at email@example.com. Open to undergraduates. Priority will be given to those committing to the full workshop series, but single workshop registrations might be considered based on availability. Find out about additional workshops on Oct. 9 and 14.
Workshop 1: Wednesday, Oct. 7
Ideation and Pitching for TV and Film with Jordan Reddout ’10
This is an interactive workshop where students will learn about the creation and sale of ideas for television and film. We will discuss strategies for "blue sky" ideation and learn how to create successful pitches for those ideas. Reddout is a TV writer from Winter Haven, Florida, who has written for Will & Grace, Grownish, Dollface, The Muppets and Mixedish with her writing partner, Gus Hickey '11. She is currently adapting the movie Clueless into a new TV show for Peacock. While at Harvard, she was a Music and Social Anthropology concentrator and a proud resident of Quincy House. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Thomas Wilhoit '13, their baby and dog (no class years listed).