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BIG ISLAND FILM FESTIVAL CLIFFSNOTES LINK

by on May.21, 2015, under Featured, Motivation

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DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO GET INTO A WRITING PROGRAM?

by on May.19, 2015, under Featured, Motivation, Personal tips

It is that time of year when writers from all over the country apply to the studio and network writing programs. I am the Writing Instructor for Writers on the Verge at NBC and have been for the last eight years. I am also a former 12-year studio executive. I’ve seen what it takes to get into these programs. I help to groom writers in this direction with my writers’ consultancy, Jen Grisanti Consultancy Inc. I’ve had writers get into every program. It all comes down to how you sell and tell your story.

I wanted to share 5 tips with writers to think about while submitting to these programs.

  1. Submit your script on time.
  2. Review your script with professionals
  3. Understand your voice in your script as well as your meetings.
  4. Have anecdotes that give us a glimpse into your worldview and show us what sets you apart.
  5. Trust and Believe.

Submit Your Scripts On Time – I’ve had countless writers send me emails at the time of the submission deadline saying that they can’t submit due to technical problems. Do not wait until the last minute of the deadline. I recommend submitting at least a day or two before the deadline. You don’t want to put all of your time and energy into the possibility and then have it go away because you didn’t get it in on time. When you are a working writer, being on time in the room and with your deadlines is everything. So, start with being on time with your submission.

Review Your Script With Professionals – I highly recommend that you have professionals review your script/scripts. This could be in the form of a script consultant. Or, you may have a friend who is an executive at the studio, a manager or an agent. Or you may know an assistant to an agent/manager/executive or showrunner that reads scripts for a living. If so, have them take a look. A writers group is also a great place to have your script reviewed. Going to a copywriter is also a great thing to do if you struggle with grammar/spelling. Put your best foot forward.

Understand Your Voice In Your Script As Well As your Meetings – What are you trying to say with the stories in your script? Be prepared to talk about this. How do you describe your voice? Do you utilize your voice in all the stories you tell? Know how to sell and tell your story. Think about how you can use your voice in meetings. If you do make it to the round where you get a call or a meeting, be prepared. Go in with intention. What are three things that you want them to know about you? What are three things that you want to know about them and/or the program? With meetings, recognize that we want it to work as much as you do it. If you’re being singled out for a meeting, it is because they responded to your material. Own this. Be confident. Recognize your worth. Sell Your Passion.

Have Anecdotes That Give Us A Glimpse Into Your Worldview and Show Us What Sets You Apart – Mine your stories from within. What has happened in your life that makes you want to write? What are your wounds? What makes you feel isolated? What are your pivotal life moments that turned your world upside down and gave you something to say? What are some of the interesting things that have happened that contribute to who you are now and what message you have to deliver? Think about the trigger incidents and dilemmas that have happened in your life. What road did you take? What are some of the universal moments that you’ve gone through? These don’t have to be huge. Think of the smaller moments that we all connect with.

Trust and Believe – If you are meant to get into the writing programs, you will. If this is not your destiny this time around, apply again next year. Know that this is not the only way to become a working writer. It all comes down to your work. There are many writers that I staffed when I was a studio executive that did not come through the programs. It all comes down to the strength of your story and how you tell it and sell it on the page and in the room. Trust in your voice. Believe in your gift. Try not to take actions that get in your own way. Meditate. Visualize. How does it feel? What emotions come up? See yourself attaining everything that you want as a writer. Trust and believe in this outcome.

When you understand how to tell and sell your story on the page and in the room, things will open up. Writing is a journey. Success does not happen overnight. There is a tremendous amount of work that goes into the moment when it all connects. Don’t be afraid to do the work. Recognize what actions to take that will lead you to your desired outcome. Let your passion guide you. Recognize that the door has opened for others and it can open for you. You have to develop and have the confidence to walk through it.

 

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FRIDAY NIGHT SOCIAL/DRINKS JUNE 5, 2015

by on May.13, 2015, under events, Featured

Friday Night Social ~ June 5, 2015

 

Event Date: Friday, June 5, 2015  || 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.  

NEW LOCATION THIS MONTH ~ Please see below for details

IMPORTANT:

Please REGISTER before 10:00 pm on Thursday, June 4, 2015.

 

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This month’s Friday Night Social is a free event being held at Pearl’s Sunset Strip.   Please join Jennifer Grisanti and SWN at this new location, the entire first floor, for this month’s Friday Night Social “Networking” event.

Pearl’s Sunset Strip is a bar and restaurant located on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood. Known for its menu of decadent cocktails, delicious foods, unique decor and stunning rooftop decks.   Two levels at this location with each level having its own bar and restrooms to make it truly private.

Pearl’s provides a great experience to its guests.   This hidden gem, under new management, is at a great location on Sunset Boulevard,  walkable to everything West Sunset worth going to.

 

Join us at Pearl’s Sunset Strip:

Pearls 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Visiting Pearl’s Sunset Strip, Co-Sponsors of this event ~ (R) Jennifer Grisanti of Jen Grisanti Consultancy & (L) Melessa Y. Sargent, President of SWN)

Below: Photos from events at Pearl’s.

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Starts at 6:30 pm – Ends at 9:30 pm

 

Location:

PEARL’S SUNSET STRIP

8909 W Sunset Boulevard

West Hollywood, California 90069

Phone # 310.360.6800

(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 Pearl’s off of Clark St. Plenty of street metered parking.

 

Admission:

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

**Happy Hour specials til 7:00 PM!      Check in with us at the entrance to receive your name tags for networking.

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

 

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Happy Networking!

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UNDERSTANDING THE WOUND LEADS TO SUCCESS IN FICTION AND IN LIFE

by on Apr.21, 2015, under Featured, Motivation

I am a story and career consultant for writers. Many writers face the challenge of how to elevate the emotional component of their story. If we are not connecting to your story on an emotional level, the story doesn’t work. One way to elevate the emotion in your story is to understand the significance of the wound. I often tell writers to think about the wound that is driving the central character and the flaw that gets in the way. By understanding how the pursuit is one step toward healing the wound, the story takes on a whole new level emotionally. The wound is what creates empathy and a rooting factor for the protagonist. If the wound is in place, it will add fuel to your pursuit and elevate your story to a whole new level. Understand the wound.

In fiction, when this is done well, we connect on a universal level with what is driving the character. In the pilot for The Good Wife, we see the wound up front when we learn that Peter, Alicia’s husband who holds a political office, is part of a sex scandal that leads him to jail. We see how Alicia responds to this. Her personal dilemma is that she has to publicly face the world when everyone knows that her husband cheated on her in order to bring security back to her family. This is the fuel behind her professional pursuit. This creates the question, what does a woman do to bring security back to her family after her husband commits a crime and goes to jail? The answer to this question is the series. She returns to a law career that she abandoned 13 years before. We understand the personal stakes due to her wound. To add more stakes, we learn that Alicia and another new lawyer, Carey, are up for one spot at the firm. So, we know that every time Alicia hits an obstacle in the case, what is at stake personally is her family’s security. What is at stake professionally is if she loses, she could lose a chance to solidify a spot for herself in the firm. All of this stems from her wound. To add another element, we learn that Alicia has a history with Will, the partner at the firm who is giving her a shot despite her not practicing for 13 years. Their romantic history, combined with Alicia’s wound, adds a whole other layer to this concept. Alicia’s wound is a significant part of what drives this series.

In the movie, The Imitation Game, the pursuit happens when Alan, an expert puzzle solver, is hired by the British government to work on a team whose secret project is to break what is largely seen as the unbreakable secret code behind the Nazis’ communications machine, Enigma. If the British can crack the code it would give the Allies a significant advantage and possibly even end the war. Alan has to get the funding for a machine that he wants to build. Alan’s wound gets established when we learn through a series of flashbacks about an experience that happened when he was a youth attending boarding school. Even then, he is seen as being different. and is bullied because of it. His only real friend at the school is Christopher Morcom, and their friendship/unrequited love are cut short by Christopher’s death due to illness. “Christopher” is what Alan ends up naming his code-breaking machine. Making “Christopher” work also represents Alan’s recognition of their secret love. As Oscar Wilde wrote, “the love that dares not speak its name.” So, because of this, we understand some of the emotional fuel behind Alan’s the professional pursuit.

In the movie, Birdman, we see part the wound upfront with the conflict between how Riggan sees himself and how the world sees him. Riggan is a washed up actor who tries to reclaim his fame on Broadway with a new play. Riggan has an issue that gets in his way of success. The other deep part of his wound is the dysfunctional relationship that Riggan shares with his daughter, Sam, who he has hired to be his production assistant and who has just come out of drug rehab. As this is happening he has to handle a new lead actor and try to rekindle his relationship with his daughter. But most importantly he has to escape the shadow of the popular superhero he used to play, Birdman, in order to be taken seriously as an artist. Part of the fuel with Riggan’s emotional pursuit is in getting Sam to see him in the light that he wants to be seen. This stems from a regret that he has starting with the moment that Sam was born and how he wasn’t present in the way that he wanted to be present due to his pursuit of fame. This wound is very universal. It elevates the emotion in the story.

In life, the wound can also be a tremendous fuel in our professional pursuit. In my own story, one of my wounds was caused by losing a job after 15 years with two sister companies. My fear was that everything that I learned from iconic mentors and the voice that I found in giving story notes was no longer going to have value. This wound is what fueled my pursuit of creating Jen Grisanti Consultancy, writing three books, and speaking about story around the world. My wound was my fuel. It was my personal dilemma that played a significant role in my professional pursuit.

Recently, I met with a writer. We worked on a spec script together. She started to tell me that most of her scripts are toward the teen audience. I asked her if she knew what her wound was. She immediately responded and said that her wound was emotional abandonment. She shared the story of a mother who had too many kids too soon. Two of her siblings were diagnosed with things that her mother was in denial about. So, she was forced to be the parent. I asked her about her other scripts. She suddenly realized that most of them had arcs dealing with emotional abandonment and this led her to connect with the teen audience. I loved this! It all came from her wound. You can build success through understanding your wound.

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FRIDAY NIGHT SOCIAL – MAY 1, 2015

by on Apr.21, 2015, under events, Featured

Friday Night Social ~ May 1, 2015

 

Event Date: Friday, May 1, 2015  || 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.  

NEW LOCATION THIS MONTH ~ Please see below for details

IMPORTANT:

Please REGISTER before 10:00 pm on Thursday, April 30, 2015.

 

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This month’s Friday Night Social is a free event being held at Pearl’s Sunset Strip.   Please join Jennifer Grisanti and SWN at this new location, the entire first floor, for this month’s Friday Night Social “Networking” event.

Pearl’s Sunset Strip is a bar and restaurant located on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood. Known for its menu of decadent cocktails, delicious foods, unique decor and stunning rooftop decks.   Two levels at this location with each level having its own bar and restrooms to make it truly private.

Pearl’s provides a great experience to its guests.   This hidden gem, under new management, is at a great location on Sunset Boulevard,  walkable to everything West Sunset worth going to.

 

Join us at Pearl’s Sunset Strip:

Pearls 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Visiting Pearl’s Sunset Strip, Co-Sponsors of this event ~ (R) Jennifer Grisanti of Jen Grisanti Consultancy & (L) Melessa Y. Sargent, President of SWN)

Below: Photos from events at Pearl’s.

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FN4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FN5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Starts at 6:30 pm – Ends at 9:30 pm

 

Location:

PEARL’S SUNSET STRIP

8909 W Sunset Boulevard

West Hollywood, California 90069

Phone # 310.360.6800

(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 Pearl’s off of Clark St. Plenty of street metered parking.

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SCRIPTFEST 2015 May 29 – May 31, 2015- I WILL BE TEACHING A CLASS ON SATURDAY AND DOING PRIVATE CONSULTS

by on Apr.18, 2015, under events, Featured

How To Write A Pilot That Sells

A good story and smart characters are only part of the equation to impress the powerful people who buy TV pilots. In this invaluable session, unlock the mysteries behind the…
JESSICA’S CLASS
Also, I recommend going to see Jessica Sitomer’s class:

Networking for Introverts

Are you nervous about pitching?  Meeting others?  How do you make real connections to others to help further your career, particularly if you are shy, socially awkward, or petrified of…

 

KATHIE, PAMELA AND CHRIS’S CLASS

I also recommend the Pitching Clinic with Kathie Fong Yoneda, Pamela Jaye Smith and Chris Soth

Pitch Clinic

Practice your pitch on our panel of professionals.  Our Pitch Pros are established industry professionals ready to whip your pitch into polished perfection through feedback and advice.

 

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About Us

The Great American PitchFest: BY Writers, FOR Writers

“…Without your Pitchfest the film business is like a building without any doors.”

- Lynn Ivall, Screenwriter

ScriptFest and the Great American PitchFest were created by writers, for writers – just like you.  The event started in Canada with the first Great Canadian PitchFest in 2003.  Twelve years later, the event has expanded to Los Angeles, California and London, England, and has helped thousands of writers from around the globe to connect with industry decision makers.

As writers ourselves, we created an event that we would want to attend.  Every year, our lineup of speakers and guest panelists gets bigger and better.  More companies than ever will hear pitches at this year’s Great American PitchFest.  For the first time ever, there will be pitching on Saturday AND Sunday during the event.

ScriptFest and the Great American PitchFest was started as a way to help other writers move their careers forward, and make ‘finding the door’ just a little bit easier.  Writers who attend our event have been hired for writing assignments, signed with agents or managers, and had their screenplays optioned.  This is a business about relationships, and thousands of writers started those relationships and their careers at the Great American PitchFest.

The Great American PitchFest is organized by a group of writers and producers dedicated to helping others to make the connections they need to get their scripts and projects produced. This entire event is yours as much as it is ours, so please share your experiences with us and help to make it the best it can be. If there is a particular company you want to pitch to, let us know and we’ll invite them to attend. If there are classes you would like to take, we’ll add them to our lineup.  Tell us your thoughts and email us at info@pitchest.com.

 

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WONDERCON

by on Apr.03, 2015, under Featured, Personal tips

Here is the LINK for my FREE E-Book “How To Write A Pilot That Sells” and my Pitch Document Formula.

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FRIDAY NIGHT DRINKS – APRIL 3, 2015

by on Mar.23, 2015, under events, Featured

Friday Night Social ~ NEW LOCATION ~ April 3, 2015

 

Event Date: Friday, April 3, 2015  || 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.  

NEW LOCATION THIS MONTH ~ Please see below for details

IMPORTANT:

Please REGISTER before 10:00 pm on Thursday, April 2, 2015.

 

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This month’s Friday Night Social is a free event being held at Pearl’s Sunset Strip.   Please join Jennifer Grisanti and SWN at this new location, the entire first floor, for this month’s Friday Night Social “Networking” event.

Pearl’s Sunset Strip is a bar and restaurant located on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood. Known for its menu of decadent cocktails, delicious foods, unique decor and stunning rooftop decks.   Two levels at this location with each level having its own bar and restrooms to make it truly private.

Pearls provide a great experience to its guests.   This hidden gem, under new management, is at a great location on Sunset Boulevard,  walkable to everything West Sunset worth going to.

 

Join us on the first Friday in March at Pearl’s Sunset Strip:

Pearls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pearls 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pearls 3

 

Pearls 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Visiting Pearl’s Sunset Strip, Co-Sponsors of this event – (R) Jennifer Grisanti of Jen Grisanti Consultancy & (L) Melessa Y. Sargent, President of SWN)

New Time for this event:

Starts at 6:30 pm – Ends at 9:30 pm

 

Location:

PEARL’S SUNSET STRIP

8909 W Sunset Boulevard

West Hollywood, California 90069

Phone # 310.360.6800

(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 Pearl’s off of Clark St. Plenty of street metered parking.

 

Admission:

FREE — pay for your own food, cocktails & parking.

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

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

 

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Happy Networking!

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STORYWISE © 5-Week TV Pilot Teleseminar

by on Mar.16, 2015, under events, Featured

This is a 5-week program designed to help you write a high quality TV pilot. In 5-weeks, I will teach you how to learn to write at a level that will help lead your script to a sale, get staffed on a show, place in a writing competition or get into one of the various writing programs. This course is everything that I teach in Writers on the Verge and more.

 

Last year we had over 100 writer participants from all over the world. You will not only learn all of the story tools that you need to succeed, you will gain the opportunity to be in a private community of writers. This community is a very valuable resource. You all will have the opportunity to learn from one another via networking, exchanging scripts and possibly starting your own writer groups.

 

I’ve seen the success from this course first-hand. Many of the writers who have taken this 5-week course have gone on to sell pilots, get staffed on TV shows and get into several of the prestigious writing programs. 28 of my writers have sold pilots… and 4 of them have gone to series.

 

The class takes place on Tuesday nights at 7:00 p.m. PST. Each class will consist of a half-hour of instruction (you will receive these videos before each class to watch at your leisure.) Each call is approximately 2 – 2 ½ hours in length. On each call, we will go over the notes for the 5 writers participating at Level #3. You will have an opportunity to read their scripts and make your own notes each week. You will also get to share your notes with those writers directly. This is what we do in Writers on the Verge. It is a way to prepare you for being in the Writers’ Room. Then, five people that sign up each week will get an opportunity to pitch to a guest speaker. We all learn from hearing others pitch. This part of the program was designed to help you learn from the pitching style of others as well as give you the opportunity to pitch yourself. It’s an invaluable tool. Every level will have an opportunity to sign up for this.

 

LEVEL 1

At Level 1, you get to participate in all 5 classes. You will receive a recording of the classes. You will have an opportunity to sign up to pitch to my weekly guest speakers. You get to be part of a private Facebook community. You will also get to turn in a 1-2 page pitch document on your TV pilot script. You will receive written feedback. You have up to a year after the course is finished to turn this in.

SERVICE FEE – $200.00
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LEVEL 2
At Level 2, you get to participate in all 5 classes. You will receive a recording of the classes. You will have an opportunity to sign up to pitch to my weekly guest speakers. You get to be part of a private Facebook community. This level also includes a one-on-one consult for your TV spec and/or TV Pilot script.
FOR THE 5-WEEK COURSE PLUS A ONE ON ONE PILOT CONSULT
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WEEK 1, Tuesday, April 14, 2015

We will go over the notes for the concepts for the pilot scripts for Level #3.

GUEST SPEAKERS – STACY RUKEYSER AND CLARK PETERSON

STACY’S CREDITS – (CO-EP – TWISTED, THE LYING GAME)

CLARK’S CREDITS (PRODUCER – KAHLIL GIBRAN’S THE PROPHET, MONSTER, RAMPART)

 

WEEK 2, Tuesday April 21, 2015

We will go over the notes for the outlines for the pilot scripts for Level #3.

GUEST SPEAKER – NICHELLE TRAMBLE

(SUPERVISING PRODUCER- THE GOOD WIFE)

Nichelle will listen go 5 pitches and give critiques.

 

WEEK 3, Tuesday April 28, 2015

We will go over the notes for the first draft or first half of the first draft of the TV pilot scripts for Level #3.

GUEST SPEAKER – LEE JESSUP

AUTHOR – “GETTING IT WRITE: A SCREENWRITING CAREER”

 

WEEK 4, Tuesday May 5, 2015

We will go over the notes for the second draft or full-first draft of the TV pilot scripts for Level #3.

GUEST SPEAKER – MICHAEL NARDUCCI

(CO-EP – THE ORIGINALS, VAMPIRE DIARIES)

 

WEEK 5, Tuesday May 12, 2015

We will go over the notes for the third draft of the TV pilot scripts for Level #3.

GUEST SPEAKER - COURTNEY LILLY
(CO-EP – GUYS WITH KIDS, THE CLEVELAND SHOW, MY BOYS, BLACK-ISH (episode), UNDATEABLE (episode)
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FRIDAY NIGHT DRINKS – FRIDAY MARCH 6, 2015 – NEW LOCATION – Pearls on Sunset

by on Feb.12, 2015, under events, Featured, Personal tips

Friday Night Social ~ NEW LOCATION ~ March 6, 2015

 

Event Date: Friday, March 6, 2015  || 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.  

NEW LOCATION THIS MONTH ~ Please see below for details

IMPORTANT:

Please REGISTER before 10:00 pm on Thursday, March 5, 2015.

 

register_button

 

This month’s Friday Night Social is a free event being held at Pearl’s Sunset Strip.   Please join Jennifer Grisanti and SWN at this new location, the entire first floor, for this month’s Friday Night Social “Networking” event.

Pearl’s Sunset Strip is a bar and restaurant located on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood. Known for its menu of decadent cocktails, delicious foods, unique decor and stunning rooftop decks.   Two levels at this location with each level having its own bar and restrooms to make it truly private.

Pearls provide a great experience to its guests.   This hidden gem, under new management, is at a great location on Sunset Boulevard,  walkable to everything West Sunset worth going to.

 

Join us on the first Friday in March at Pearl’s Sunset Strip:

Pearls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pearls 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pearls 3

 

Pearls 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Visiting Pearl’s Sunset Strip, Co-Sponsors of this event – (R) Jennifer Grisanti of Jen Grisanti Consultancy & (L) Melessa Y. Sargent, President of SWN)

New Time for this event:

Starts at 6:30 pm – Ends at 9:30 pm

 

Location:

PEARL’S SUNSET STRIP

8909 W Sunset Boulevard

West Hollywood, California 90069

Phone # 310.360.6800

(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 Pearl’s off of Clark St. Plenty of street metered parking.

 

Admission:

FREE — pay for your own food, cocktails & parking.

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

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

 

pearls_logo

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