Fox Diversity Writers Program Picks Winners

THOMAS WONG

But, with the exception of the 1st placer, the judges’ names feature more prominently in the P.R.

Self-promotion rulez!

No wonder we all think that being in showbiz is the best thing there is. (And it is! really! Yum!)

by NELLIE ANDREEVA

Thomas Wong has been selected as the first fellow of Fox Writers Intensive, the network’s new initiative for experienced writers with diverse background, ethnic minorities as well as LGBT, foreign-born and others. Wong, chosen from the inaugural class of 10 FWI finalists, has received a deal from Fox to purchase and develop his original submission, drama script Queen. In addition, Fox will award Wong’s referring organization, Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment, a $15,000 FWI grant to be earmarked for its writing program. Wong is repped by The Gersh Agency.

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Robin Reed: All Those Screens

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Like all millenials, Jayden never has to worry about being bored

Anil Sees ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER

by Anil Sthankiya

I look forward to ignoring this film on the History Channel.

Anil Sees BRAVE

Another mighty review from TVWriter™’s veteran Saskatoon correspondent, Anil Sthankiya.

Wait, did we say “veteran?” Producers, agents, no, don’t get the wrong idea, please. He’s young, he’s still young and vibrant and silly and immature and all that important stuff…oh, and he’s moved to L.A. Did we tell you he lives in L.A.?

Now, what we doing? Oh, right:

by Anil Sthankiya

After years of fellow animation studios producing technologically impressive but empty films, Pixar returns the favour, stealing their competition’s weak formula.

TVWriter™ Post of the Week

As determined by TVWriter™, of course.

Here they are, the TVWriter™ posts TeamTVWriter likes best for the week ending today, June 22nd:

I’ve Tried to Watch FAIRLY LEGAL

Raise Your Hand if You Love BREAKING BAD

We Refuse to Make “Pan Am is Grounded” Jokes

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