KEYS TO THE KINGDOM: A SHOWRUNNERS PANEL

showrunner_panelWould you like to spend an evening with the gatekeepers of America’s favorite TV shows? Join us for an evening of Q&A with showrunners Stephen Falk (“Orange is the New Black”, “Weeds”), Sivert Glarum (“Maron”, “King of The Hill”), Tim Minear (“American Horror Story”, “Angel”). They’ll be discussing running a writer’s room, working with actors, and finding their show’s DNA. They will also share their secrets for breaking into the biz, pitching that next award-winning pilot, and getting that sweet overall development deal. Drinks, snacks, and hot people included.

 

Friday, Feb. 21, 2014

Panelists: Stephen Falk (“Orange is the New Black”, “Weeds”), Sivert Glarum (“Maron”, “King of The Hill”), Tim Minear (“American Horror Story”, “Angel”)
8 p.m.
Location: 830 Traction Avenue, 2nd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Cost: $6 (Includes drinks and snacks!)

THIS PANEL IS SOLD OUT. THERE WILL BE NO TICKETS SOLD AT THE DOOR DUE TO FIRE CODE ISSUES. SORRY! THERE ARE NO AVAILABLE TICKETS.

 

 

STEPHEN FALK

Stephen Falk is currently a Co-Executive Producer and writer on Netflix’s original drama series “Orange Is The New Black.” Previously, he served as Co-Executive Producer and writer on Showtime’s “Weeds.” In 2012, Stephen was the Creator/Executive Producer/Showrunner of a half-hour single-cam comedy series for NBC called “Next Caller.”...Read More »


 

SIVERT GLARUM

Sivert Glarum is a showrunner for the new IFC hit series “Maron.” In the past, he was the Co-Executive Producer on “Brickelberry,” “Glen Martin DDS,” “Wilfred,” “Rules of Engagement,” “Out of Practice,” and “King of the Hill.” Before that, Sivert was a co-producer on NBC’s “Just Shoot Me.”

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TIM MINEAR

Tim Minear currently serves as executive producer and writer on FX’s “American Horror Story.” His writing credits include “The X-Files,” “Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” “Zorro” amongst other TV shows. He was also an executive producer and writer on “Angel,” “Firefly,” “Wonderfalls,” “The Inside,” “Drive,”...Read More »