Story Telling in New Media

When:
Monday, April 29, 2019
6:00PM to 9:00PM

Where:
Colorado Media School
404 Upham St. Lakewood CO 80226

What:

Storytelling has transcended traditional features and TV shows – mediums like podcasts, web series, and even corporate storytelling are gaining attention for their innovation and providing opportunity for all levels of media-makers. What makes these new media platforms unique? How do we shape our stories, adjust our tone, and revolutionize our technique? Ready to set your imaginations ablaze in the age of digital media making? Join us for this detailed look at cutting edge storytelling.

TRAI CARTWRIGHT, MFA, is a 25-year entertainment industry veteran and creative writing specialist. She teaches, produces, and writes screenplays and novels, and can be found at www.craftwrite.com. While in Los Angeles, she was a screenwriter, independent film producer, and story consultant and development executive for HBO, Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios, and New Line Cinema. Trai currently teaches creative writing, screenwriting, and producing for Western State Colorado University and CU Denver, and works one-on-one as a development story editor. She President of Women in Film and Media Colorado and is the screenwriter of Secret Ellington, and producer of docu-web series Hidden Tigers, and short film Sundown Road.

Please note that there is a $10 fee for attendance to this event payable at the door. All proceeded are used by the CoPVA for CoPVA operating expenses that include items like, web hosting and maintenance, food and drinks, raffle items, as well as periodic holiday parties and mixers.