Women in Entertainment (WIE), an organization dedicated to the advancement of women and girls working in the entertainment industry, recently announced the Women in Entertainment Workshop Series. The events will take place from March 12-14, 2018, in Los Angeles. The workshops will feature panels of accomplished leaders in film and television who will impart advice and guidance for small groups of women who are working in and aspiring to work in the entertainment industry.
The event series has been created to provide a collaborative and inspiring environment to spark an open dialogue focusing on three core areas of development and education for film and television: Perfecting the Pitch, Distribution and Acquisition, and Business Ethics. The intimate settings will gather members of the powerful Women in Entertainment network and leading women and men in the entertainment industry including; Chad Miller, Cinema Machine Management; Julie Candelaria, All About the 360; Alece Oxendine, Good Deed Entertainment; Lori Rovner, Skydance Media; Aliyah Silverstein, Screenwriter; Jenny Daly, T Group Productions; Tom Hayes, Paramount Pictures; and Tessa Blake, American Film Institute, among others.
More information is available at www.womeninentertainment.com. Tickets are on sale at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-in-entertainment-workshops-tickets-43479528440
Each workshop will take place at Culver City from 8:30 to 10:30 am PT.
About Women in Entertainment
Women in Entertainment (WIE) brings together forward-thinkers from all areas of the entertainment industry to explore a variety of topics that greatly impact women: from human rights and women’s leadership, to storytelling across platforms and empowering the next generation of women to emerge as creative powerhouses. WIE brings together activists, artists, entrepreneurs, executives, and journalists at multiple events and programs throughout the year, including the annual WIE Summit each fall, networking evenings, mentorship programs, and a series of workshops including those about business ethics to provide women the tools to succeed. More information is available at www.womeninentertainment.com.