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EDUCATION

CONCEPT TO COMPLETION PANELS

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WRITING - 10/28 - 10:30am - 12pm
PRODUCING - 10/29 - 10:30am - 12pm
DIRECTING - 10/30 - 10:30am - 12pm
CAMERA - 10/31 - 10:30am - 12pm
EDITING - 11/01 - 10:30am - 12pm
POST SOUND - 11/02 - 10:30am - 12pm
DISTRIBUTION - 11/03 - 10:30am - 12pm

After graduating college, with a BFA in theater and a minor in Radio/TV communications, Tracy performed as a standup comic and emcee for various clients. In 1983 Tracy opened Railway Video Productions in Winter Park, Florida. The production house was home to broadcast commercials, industrial projects, and was affiliated with several Emmy nominated productions. Tracy sold Railway in 1986 when he was offered a scholarship study position with The Second City Theater in Chicago. Tracy was employed at the theater from September 1986 - October 1989. While in Chicago, Tracy was cast in the David Mamet film, “THINGS CHANGE”, as a mob hitman (the film starred Don Amici, Joe Mantegna, and William H. Macy).

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STORY TO SCREENPLAY
WORKSHOP

There has never been a better time to pitch your novel, short story, memoir, or idea for the big or small screen.  Join screenwriter and script coach Brian Edgar for this engaging, interactive workshop, and begin to visualize your story for a feature film or new TV series. Learn what it takes to craft an industry-quality Logline, Screenplay or TV series Pilot—and put your ideas into motion! 

Brian Edgar has written scripts for Al Pacino, Killer Films and HBO.  Brian’s original screenplay 1066 is currently in development with De Warrenne Pictures.  A graduate of the Columbia University MFA film program, Brian has taught Screenwriting at CUNY/Hunter College, Gotham Writers Workshop and Digital Film Academy in New York, and has presented workshops and panels at University of Paris/Nanterre, Rutgers University, Story Expo LA and the Orlando Film Festival.  Co-founder of Story to Screenplay, Brian works with writers of all genres who aspire to bring their work to the silver or digital screens.