SUNDAY MASTER CLASS: “Dramatic Story Structure” with Janet Grillo
Jack of the Red Hearts filmmaker, screenwriter, and NYU Arts Professor Janet Grillo joins Nina Shengold for an in-depth conversation about principles of classical, dramatic narrative structure (the underlying architecture of a script), followed by a guided exercise to take you through the basics.
Janet Grillo is a critically acclaimed filmmaker, Emmy Award winning producer, and former studio executive. She directed Jack of the Red Hearts (recently screened as a Woodstock Film Festival special event), winner of the Jury Prize at the inaugural Bentonville Film Festival. It opened in AMC theaters across the country in February, and airs on Lifetime in April/Autism Awareness Month. Janet wrote, directed, and produced the award-winning film Fly Away, and won an Emmy as Executive Producer of HBO’s Autism: the Musical. A former executive at New Line, she is an Arts Professor at NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
Sunday, 4/24, 11:30am-1pm, $15; teens & students FREE
Upstairs at The Golden Notebook