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FRIDAY NIGHT SOCIAL – MAY 6, 2016 at The Barrel Room on Sunset at 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

by on Apr.28, 2016, under events, Featured

Friday Night Social ~ May 6, 2016

Event Date: Friday, May 6, 2016 || Starts at 6:30 pm  || Co-sponsoring with Jennifer Grisanti

Friday Night Social is a networking group that meets the first Friday of every month. It started as a way for TV and feature writers to meet one another and has evolved into so much more. This is a great way to “Network”. Plan on meeting people from different areas and levels in the entertainment industry.  

IMPORTANT:

Please REGISTER before 10:00 pm on Thursday, May 5, 2016. 

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This month’s Friday Night Social is a free event being held at Rock & Reilly’s Barrel Room.   Please join Jennifer Grisanti and SWN at this new location for this month’s Friday Night Social “Networking” event.

Rock & Reilly’s knew it had a good thing going when it opened up its former private events space to the public called The Barrel Room, modeled after a casual Western watering hole located on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood.

The Lore Group’s newest Sunset Strip production mixes everything from barrel-aged cocktails by Matt Greene to an approachable set of drinking bites, like pickled hard-boiled eggs, cheese and charcuterie, and more from chef Chris Olsefsky.

 

Join us at The Barrel Room:

Barrel Room 1

Barrel Room 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Below: Photos from previous events:

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Event starts at 6:30 pm – Ends at 9:30 pm

 

Location:

The Barrel Room

8913 W Sunset Blvd

West Hollywood, CA 90069

Phone # 310.360.1400

(Corner of N. San Vicente Blvd. and Sunset Blvd.)

 

CITY OF SANTA MONICA:
Take the 10 EAST, exit La Cienega Blvd going North. Merge onto San Vicente Blvd. Make a left on Sunset Blvd.

THE VALLEY
Take 405 SOUTH. Exit Sunset going East.

EAST LOS ANGELES
Take 101 NORTH. Exit Sunset going West.

 

Valet parking is available in the front. Multiple parking lots around the area, including one behind The Barrel Room. Plenty of street metered parking.

 

Admission:

FREE to attend.  Pay for your own food, cocktails & parking.

**Check in with us at the entrance to receive your name tags for networking.

**Complimentary finger food will be provided for our Networking Group!

Happy Networking!

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SCREENWRITERS WORLD MASTERING THE TV PILOT – AUGUST 12-14, 2016

by on Apr.18, 2016, under events, Featured

 

Screenwriters World Presents: Mastering the TV Pilot with Jen Grisanti

By: Screenwriters World

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Screenwriters World Presents: Mastering the TV Pilot with Jen Grisanti

Fri, Aug 12, 2016 at 3:00 PM – New York, NY

$399 – $699 Get Tickets

Event Information

Event Description

There has never been a better time to write a TV series. HBO, Netflix, FX, Amazon Studios and the Big Five (ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and the CW) are actively searching for the next big hit. What does this mean for you? Opportunity! Both produced and unproduced writers can achieve creative and financial success in this lucrative and growing market.

But where do you start? What is the secret to creating an engaging TV Pilot with character and story complexity that will capture an audience and become a series? How do you take your idea from concept to pilot script to winning pitch? Most importantly, whom do you trust to teach you the knowledge required to realize your creative goals?

For over 25 years Jen Grisanti has worked in the studio system, mastering the techniques and craft required to launch a pilot and achieve the coveted trophy – series status. She gained valuable working experience as the VP of Current Programing at CBS Paramount Network Television, Inc. and Head of Current Programs for Aaron Spelling’s company, Spelling Television, Inc. During her tenure Jen worked with producers and writers on the execution of shows such as: Medium, Numbers, NCIS, Girlfriends, Charmed, Seventh Heaven, Melrose Place, 90210 and many more.

Jen’s expertise and mentorship has resulted in over seventy-five writers staffed on television shows, forty have sold pilots and five that went to series.

Join us at the Mastering the TV Pilot two-day intensive where you will learn how to develop and pitch your concept or already started TV Pilot. It kicks off on Friday afternoon with a panel discussion featuring working TV professionals who will share an insiders view of the TV industry. On Saturday Jen will teach you, in a focused and collaborative workshop environment, the essential knowledge you need to become a working TV writer. This full day of instruction and hands-on work-shopping culminates in a cocktail mixer celebration collocated with the Writer’s Digest Conference.

Now is the time for you to take your idea for a TV Pilot to the next level and make your dreams of being a working television writer come true. Seating is limited to ensure your access to Jen Grisanti – so don’t delay.

SCHEDULE:

FRIDAY

  • 3:00pm – 4:30pm Breaking into the Writers Room (Panel Discussion)

SATURDAY

  • 9:00am – 12:00pm Telling and Selling Your Story (Seminar)
  • 12:00pm – 1:00pm Lunch Break
  • 1:00pm – 3:00pm Writing Loglines for Your Life and Filling out the Pilot Worksheet with Your Story Points (Workshop)
  • 3:00pm – 4:00pm Emotional Fuel – How to Elevate Your Story (Seminar)
  • 4:00pm – 5:30pm Pitching Your TV Pilot Story (Workshop)
  • 6:00pm – 7:30pm Networking and Cocktail Mixer

SPONSORS:

Final Draft

Final Draft® is the number-one selling screenwriting application in the world. Final Draft automatically paginates and formats your script to industry standards, allowing writers to focus on what they do best – writing scripts. Used by such industry giants as J.J. Abrams, James Cameron and Aaron Sorkin, Final Draft software is the professional’s choice and the entertainment industry standard. In addition to its flagship software product, Final Draft offers the annual Big Break™ Contest – a screenwriting competition that launches careers, and awards over $80,000 in cash and prizes. Final Draft also offers the Reader® and Writer® apps for iPhone and iPad. To learn more about Final Draft visit: www.finaldraft.com

The Writers Store

Since 1982 The Writers Store has solved a key problem that many writing enthusiasts face – where to learn the craft of screenwriting and acquire the relevant tools used by professional screenwriters. Our journey began by recognizing the process screenwriters follow, the obstacles and challenges they face and setting out to find solutions to help create success. We continue this mission today through The Writers Store, Screenwriters University and Script Magazine.

Mastering the TV Pilot with Jen Grisanti, Event Schedule

FRIDAY, AUGUST 12

Breaking into the Writers Room, 3 – 4:30 pm

Jen Grisanti will be moderating a panel of top TV writers Debora Cahn (writer/producer of HBO’s Vinyl, NBC’s The West Wing and ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy), Michael Rauch (writer/producer USA’s Royal Pains, CBS’s Love Monkey, ABC’s Beautiful People and CW’s Life is Wild) and Jill Abbinanti (writer/producer of NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit). Jen will dig deep into the world of writing and what it takes to succeed.

Topics will include:

  • What’s the story behind their success
  • Were there any specific story points in their own life stories that got them to this point in their careers
  • What does it take to succeed in the writers room
  • Tips on pitching and selling pilots
  • Tips and techniques on how to find your voice as a writer
  • How to create memorable characters
  • And much more!

Jen will also discuss with each panelist why they write, how they set up the stories they tell, how they utilize their emotional truth, what does the producing part of it all look like, advice that has made a difference in their careers and more. Followed by a Q&A with the writers.

The intention of the panel is to have a raw discussion about how it all comes together and what the career of a working writer looks like.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 13

Telling & Selling Your Story, 9 am – 12 pm In this first session you will learn how to develop strong concepts for your story, while exploring what is working in TV today and why it’s working. You will learn about how to draw from your emotional truth to come up with a pilot concept that sets you apart from other writers. You will explore how to create complex, memorable characters with goals and wants. Jen will explain her pitching formula and how you can utilize it to sell your own concept. Additionally, you will come out of the seminar with some key structural concepts to apply to your script, including ways to set up the rest of your series and increase the chances of your script being purchased.

Writing Loglines for Your Life & Filling out the Pilot Worksheet with Your Story Points, 1 – 3 pm In this workshop you will learn a formula that will help you write log lines for your life, log lines for your characters, and log lines for your story arcs. This session will also feature Jen’s Pilot Worksheet, designed to make sure that your pilot has the complexity, structure, and key elements that can help make it a hit.

Emotional Fuel: How to Elevate Your Story, 3 – 4 pm Emotion is what connects you to your audience. In this seminar Jen will discuss how to utilize the emotional fuel of your character and build an internal arc. You’ll learn how to use your character’s internal desire to escalate the stakes of your pilot in both an internal and an external way.

Pitching Your TV Pilot Story, 4 – 5:30 pm In this workshop you will have the chance to pitch your pilot concept using Jen’s pilot pitching formula. You will also receive feedback on how to strengthen your pitch to increase your chances of making the sale.

Networking & Cocktail Mixer, 6 – 7:30 pm At the end of your full day of instruction and work-shopping, enjoy a cocktail at this celebratory mixer! The mixer will include attendees of the Writer’s Digest Conference.

FAQs

How many attendees are included in the Writing Partner Seminar Admission ticket?

The Writing Partner ticket is for two attendees, who will both have full benefits and access during the event.

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

Mastering the TV Pilot is open to all attendees 16 and over. A valid ID will be required to receive your seminar badge.

What can/can’t I bring to the event?

No recording devices may be used during the seminar to record any portion of the lecture, workshop.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please contact The Writers Store at 800.272.8927 or email us at customer-service@writersstore.com.

When Friday, August 12, 2016 at 3:00 PM – Saturday, August 13, 2016 at 6:00 PM (EDT) – Add to Calendar Where New York Hilton Midtown – 1335 6th Ave, New York, NY 10019 – View Map Tags New York, NY Events Seminar Film & Media

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ISA MASTER CLASS – UTILIZING YOUR VOICE IN HOW TO TELL AND SELL YOUR STORY – MAY 7th, 2016

by on Apr.18, 2016, under events, Featured

ISA MASTER CLASS – Featuring Jen Grisanti

Classroom – Los Angeles Brought to you by International Screenwriters’ Association

Early Registration ends: 04/20/2016
Class Begins: 05/07/2016   Ends: 05/07/2016
Class Time: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm (PDT)
FEE: $175/$99 Register For Class

UTILIZING YOUR VOICE IN HOW YOU TELL AND SELL YOUR STORY – 1 DAY EVENT

**Very Limited seating so register early.

 

Your voice is what separates you as a writer from the masses. Knowing how to utilize your voice in your scripts is what will determine your path. Want to learn how to define your voice? Want to learn how to write scripts that they can’t ignore and to go from being a non-working to a working writer?

 

In this master class, you will learn how to draw from within and tell and sell your stories in a way that will separate your script from the thousands that are out there. What makes you unique? What is your emotional truth? How can you learn to add fiction to it and make it come alive in your writing? How do you write complex and flawed characters that will enthrall your audience? It all comes from your voice and your unique worldview.

 

Want to get into the TV writing programs? Learn to write a memorable spec script and TV pilot script that clearly defines who you are as a writer. In the past few years, the pilot script has become a significant part of getting into many of the writing programs. This is because the pilot script is your calling card. It reveals your original voice and it is what defines you.

 

Jen Grisanti :
Story/Career Consultant, Writing Instructor of Writers on the Verge at NBC and former twelve-year studio executive has learned what it takes to transform a non-working writer into a working writer. She gained valuable working experience as the VP of Current Programing at CBS Paramount Network Television, Inc. and Head of Current Programs for Aaron Spelling’s company, Spelling Television, Inc. During her tenure Jen worked with producers and writers on the execution of shows such as: Medium, Numbers, NCIS, Girlfriends, Charmed, Seventh Heaven, Melrose Place, 90210 and many more. She has helped to launch countless writing careers over the last twenty-five years. Forty of her clients have sold pilots and five of them have gone to series. Jen’s system for telling and selling story has also led to seventy-five of her writers getting staffed. 

 

         

 

If you have a desire to write a script that will get you staffed and to sell a pilot and create a career as a working writer, you don’t want to miss this Master Class experience.

 

Saturday, May 7, 2016 

8:30 a.m. – Doors Open

 

9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

SEMINAR – DRAWING FROM YOUR EMOTIONAL TRUTH – Log Lines For Your Life, Creating Strong Story Arcs, How to Write Your Life Story Arcs, How to Write Your Essays for the writing programs.

 

11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

WORKSHOP – You will write up 3-5 Log Lines For Your Life and a Story Arc. These tools are to help you with your personal stories in your meetings. We will also go through your essays for the writing programs.

 

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

LUNCH – Included in registration fee.

 

2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

SEMINAR – UTILIZING YOUR VOICE IN YOUR SCRIPTS – We will discuss the pivotal points in your story where your voice can be revealed. We will go into how to structure your story.

 

3:00 pm – 4:00 p.m.

WORKSHOP – We will go through the log lines for your scripts in your writing portfolio. We will discuss the emotional points in your script and how you can draw from your emotional truth arcs to elevate your story.

 

4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

HAPPY HOUR – Included in registration fee. Enjoy a few free drinks and mingle with Jen and other students. This is a great opportunity to ask Jen some additional questions or discuss what you learned with other writers.

 

 

—————— CLASS BREAKDOWN ——————

 

I. DRAWING FROM YOUR EMOTIONAL TRUTH

Jen will discuss how you can find and utilize your voice. She will be going over her exercise Log Line For Your Life, Identifying Your Life Triggers and Dilemmas, Formulating Your Personal Stories to Use in Your Meetings and how to write your Life Story Arcs. She will also go into what you feel your voice is and how you use it in your meetings. She will go into your why for telling the stories that you do.

Then she will also go into tips to help you write your essays for the writing programs.

 

II. WORKSHOP – You will get to apply what you learned in the seminar.

• You will identify 3-5 major triggers and dilemmas that you’ve gone through in your life.

• You will write 3-5 Log Lines For Your Life.

• You will develop Life Story Arcs. This will help you understand how to tell your personal stories in your meetings while utilizing your voice in the process.

• You will have the opportunity to work on your writing program essays utilizing your emotional truth.

 

III. UTILIZING YOUR VOICE IN YOUR SCRIPTS

Jen will go over her Story System Formula for TV Specs and TV Pilots

 

TV SPEC TV PILOT
Episode Trigger, Dilemma and Pursuit Series Trigger and Dilemma
Actions Pilot Trigger, Dilemma and Pursuit
Obstacles Actions
Stakes Obstacles
Resolution Stakes
Resolution

TRIGGER – By creating a powerful trigger incident for your series, you will create a strong season arc and this will establish longevity for your concept.

A strong pilot trigger is what carries the first episode. Linking the pilot trigger to the series trigger makes the difference between a good pilot and a great one. You need to clearly set up that the pilot trigger would not have happened unless the series trigger happened.

Jen will go over several pilots that have done this successfully.

DILEMMA – The trigger incident should push your central character into a dilemma. The choice that is made in this dilemma is what will define the external goal.

The dilemma should be strong enough that we understand that there is not an easy choice on either side of the dilemma. This is what will create empathy and a rooting factor for your central character.

Jen will also discuss the set up of the personal dilemma and how to link it to the professional pursuit. This will elevate the emotion in your story.

PURSUIT – The clear set up of the goal is the glue that will hold your story together. By clearly setting up what your central character wants, you can link your obstacle, escalating obstacle, and “all is lost” moment back to the goal. This will help you to write stronger act breaks. It is when the goal is unclear that the story doesn’t work.

In every scene, we should have a clear sense of what your central character wants and why they want it. Setting up a clear pursuit will help you to establish this.

Jen knows what it takes to sell a pilot. She has had forty clients over the last eight years sell pilots. Five of them have gone to series. Jen has also helped to staff over sixty-five writers during this time on top primetime shows.

WHERE TO USE YOUR VOICE IN YOUR SCRIPT

Jen will go over the key places and emotional moments in your script to utilize your voice.

Jen will go into what is emotionally fueling your character toward the goal. She will show you how to connect the personal dilemma to the professional pursuit.

Jen will cite examples from current shows where the voice stood out as a way to guide you how to use your voice.

 

IV. WORKSHOP

Jen will go through the log lines in your scripts. Jen will have you write a personal log line for your central character as a way of diving deeper into the emotional well. Jen will help you to define the why for your central character wanting what they want.

Jen will help you to identify places in your story where you can use your voice.

Jen will show you how you to draw from your Log Lines For Your Life and Story Arcs as a way to understand your voice so that you can use it by adding fiction to it in your stories.

 

CLOSING

This is a Master Class. You will get to personally work your stories. You will learn how to best use your voice in your scripts and in your personal stories. You will learn the story tools it takes to elevate your story to a level that could lead you to get into the writing programs, staff and sell your pilot.

 

    SPONSORS OF EVENT 

 

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TORONTO SCREENWRITING CONFERENCE 2016 – APRIL 29 – MAY 1, 2016

by on Mar.04, 2016, under events, Featured, Motivation

TORONTO SCREENWRITING CONFERENCE – APRIL 29 – MAY 1, 2016

Featured Speakers

Glen Mazzara

Glen Mazzara

Creator/Executive Producer/Showrunner of A&E’s new series, DAMIEN

Stephen Falk

Stephen Falk

Creator/Executive Producer/Showrunner of the FXX series, YOU’RE THE WORST

Corey Mandell

Corey Mandell

Award-Winning Playwright & Screenwriter

Jen Grisanti

Jen Grisanti

Story Consultant & Writing Instructor

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FRIDAY NIGHT SOCIAL – FRIDAY MARCH 4, 2016

by on Feb.25, 2016, under events

Friday Night Social ~ March 4, 2016

Event Date: Friday, March 4, 2016 || Starts at 6:30 pm  || Co-sponsoring with Jennifer Grisanti

Friday Night Social is a networking group that meets the first Friday of every month. It started as a way for TV and feature writers to meet one another and has evolved into so much more. This is a great way to “Network”. Plan on meeting people from different areas and levels in the entertainment industry.  

IMPORTANT:

Please REGISTER before 10:00 pm on Thursday, March 3, 2016.

 

register_button

This month’s Friday Night Social is a free event being held at Rock & Reilly’s Barrel Room.   Please join Jennifer Grisanti and SWN at this new location for this month’s Friday Night Social “Networking” event.

Rock & Reilly’s knew it had a good thing going when it opened up its former private events space to the public called The Barrel Room, modeled after a casual Western watering hole located on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood.

The Lore Group’s newest Sunset Strip production mixes everything from barrel-aged cocktails by Matt Greene to an approachable set of drinking bites, like pickled hard-boiled eggs, cheese and charcuterie, and more from chef Chris Olsefsky.

Join us at The Barrel Room:

Barrel Room 1

Barrel Room 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Below: Photos from previous events:

FN1

FN3

FN4

FN5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Event starts at 6:30 pm – Ends at 9:30 pm

 

Location:

The Barrel Room

8913 W Sunset Blvd

West Hollywood, CA 90069

Phone # 310.360.1400

(Corner of N. San Vicente Blvd. and Sunset Blvd.)

 

CITY OF SANTA MONICA:
Take the 10 EAST, exit La Cienega Blvd going North. Merge onto San Vicente Blvd. Make a left on Sunset Blvd.

THE VALLEY
Take 405 SOUTH. Exit Sunset going East.

EAST LOS ANGELES
Take 101 NORTH. Exit Sunset going West.

 

Valet parking is available in the front. Multiple parking lots around the area, including one behind The Barrel Room. Plenty of street metered parking.

Admission:

FREE to attend.  Pay for your own food, cocktails & parking.

**Check in with us at the entrance to receive your name tags for networking.

**Complimentary finger food will be provided for our Networking Group!

Happy Networking!

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ISA PODCAST – THE ESSENTIALS OF WINNING STUDIO FELLOWSHIPS / ISA W/ MAX TIMM

by on Feb.17, 2016, under Motivation, Podcasts

LINK to PODCAST

LINK to SPECIAL DISCOUNTS for ISA Podcast Listeners

https://lw118.infusionsoft.com/app/form/isa-specialsign-in1

The TV writing business is a tough one, but that’s why I make sure and tell all of my writers who are interested in writing for television that they need to work on writing specs. A spec script, in case you aren’t familiar with the term, is an original script but of an existing TV show – Bones, Criminal Minds, The Walking Dead, you get the idea. In today’s interview, I bring back consultant and instructor with NBC’s Writers on the Verge program, Jen Grisanti, to go into the details of writing for television, but more so what to expect and how to prepare for applying to the various studio level writing fellowships. Just about studio and network has one – Disney and ABC, NBC, CBS, Nickolodeon has one. They are all quite prestigious if and when you place as a finalist, and can virtually write you a ticket to success in terms of getting staffed on a show.

 

DISCOUNT NOTE! Jen is offering her FREE pilot worksheet and pitch document formula, and a special discount offer for ISA subscribers by clicking the link below. Her next class, also being offered at a discount to ISA members, is March 1! Get in on it! Follow the link below.

 

https://lw118.infusionsoft.com/app/form/isa-specialsign-in1
We also discuss what the important elements are of spec scripts per fellowship, how to write your essay when applying for the programs, and what to expect if and when you reach the finals. Jen consistently reminds us, though, not to get discouraged if you do not place as a finalist. Any number of reasons could keep you from winning, from the number of submissions that year, to the level of immense quality per submission phase. This mindset can also equate to how to prepare yourself emotionally when submitting to screenplay contests. We’re all vying for the same position as ‘working writer’, and it’s why investing in your own writing education (and yourself, really) is so essential. Jen offers some excellent insight, as she always does, and it was a pleasure to bring her back for another interview. Keep working hard everyone, and stay tuned to Curious About Screenwriting through iTunes and social media. You can find us on Twitter @NetworkISA, and you can find me, your humble host @iMaxTimm, or through my Facebook author page under Maximilian Timm. As always, thanks for listening.

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FRIDAY NIGHT SOCIAL ON FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5, 2016

by on Feb.01, 2016, under events

Friday Night Social ~ February 5, 2016

Event Date: Friday, February 5, 2016 || Starts at 6:30 pm  || Co-sponsoring with Jennifer Grisanti

FIRST one of this year…we hope to see you there networking!!

Friday Night Social is a networking group that meets the first Friday of every month. It started as a way for TV and feature writers to meet one another and has evolved into so much more. This is a great way to “Network”. Plan on meeting people from different areas and levels in the entertainment industry.  

IMPORTANT:

Please REGISTER before 10:00 pm on Thursday, February 4, 2016.

 

register_button

This month’s Friday Night Social is a free event being held at Rock & Reilly’s Barrel Room.   Please join Jennifer Grisanti and SWN at this new location for this month’s Friday Night Social “Networking” event.

Rock & Reilly’s knew it had a good thing going when it opened up its former private events space to the public called The Barrel Room, modeled after a casual Western watering hole located on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood.

The Lore Group’s newest Sunset Strip production mixes everything from barrel-aged cocktails by Matt Greene to an approachable set of drinking bites, like pickled hard-boiled eggs, cheese and charcuterie, and more from chef Chris Olsefsky.

Join us at The Barrel Room:

Barrel Room 1

Barrel Room 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Below: Photos from previous events:

FN1

FN3

FN4

FN5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Event starts at 6:30 pm – Ends at 9:30 pm

 

Location:

The Barrel Room

8913 W Sunset Blvd

West Hollywood, CA 90069

Phone # 310.360.1400

(Corner of N. San Vicente Blvd. and Sunset Blvd.)

 

CITY OF SANTA MONICA:
Take the 10 EAST, exit La Cienega Blvd going North. Merge onto San Vicente Blvd. Make a left on Sunset Blvd.

THE VALLEY
Take 405 SOUTH. Exit Sunset going East.

EAST LOS ANGELES
Take 101 NORTH. Exit Sunset going West.

 

Valet parking is available in the front. Multiple parking lots around the area, including one behind The Barrel Room. Plenty of street metered parking.

Admission:

FREE to attend.  Pay for your own food, cocktails & parking.

**Check in with us at the entrance to receive your name tags for networking.

**Complimentary finger food / Nachos will be provided for our Networking Group!

Happy Networking!

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ISA/SUNDANCE LINK

by on Jan.24, 2016, under Motivation

Here is the LINK for those of you who were at the ISA breakfast at Sundance.

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