Online Work Date
7:00pm – 9:00pm
Join us for an Online Work Date. What exactly does this mean, you ask? It means you bring your scripts, your program apps, your to do lists– really, anything you have that needs to get done…because it’s a WORK date. Also, should attendees wish to spend some time table reading pages, that can happen too!
“You can always edit a bad page. You can’t edit a blank page.”
― Jodi Picoult
Sometimes as artists, we make procrastination our best friend and easily become professional self-sabotagers. Working and writing doesn’t have to be a solitary task. Join other writers, scribes and scribblers from the Black TV & Film Collective and create more pages on your web series, narrative films or short screenplays.
Open your laptop, bring your pen, pencil, paper, or whatever writing tool suits you. Make sure your batteries are charged, literally and figuratively!
We feel you, writing / working on our projects can be a lonely and arduous endeavor. So help ease the difficulty of bringing ideas to life by committing to a person, date, and time and most importantly pen to paper. Making an online work date to work with other artists will help you stay on task with your projects.
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This event is moderated by BTFC Board Member, Letitia Guillory.
LETITIA GUILLORY is a multi-hyphenate creative whose works spans, theatre, film and episodic content.
Her work has been presented at PS 122, Lincoln Center, O’Neill Playwrights Conference, BRIC Media Arts among others.
She produced the award-winning short comedy, Pas Honteux (REVOLT TV) and the powerful LGBTQ short Winston. Letitia’s writing credits include the plays: The Further Adventures of Gussie Mae in America, MAE and THE (beginning of the End), Crawfish Tales, RED and 8:42 (Austin Film Festival Second Rounder); screenplays: Hound Dog (Oaxaca Film Festival Global Script Competition Finalist), Grace, The Last Time, Lights Out and Shanghai ’37; and the teleplays: Parish, gATES (
A proud alum of the University of Texas (BFA, Drama) and New York University (MA, Performance Studies), Letitia remains inspired and grateful.