The State of Modern Horror and the Latino Writer
THE STATE OF MODERN HORROR AND THE LATINO WRITER
The Latino Writers Committee invites you to a panel discussion about the state of the modern horror genre in both film and television with a group of creative Latino WGA screenwriters. We will examine the history, psychology, and popularity of the horror genre at a time when it is receiving wide acclaim on television and is considered by studios as one of the few genres left they can count on to be internationally marketable. Please join us for this candid conversation about the creative and financial possibilities growing out of our most macabre form of storytelling!
Panelists include writers:
Fede Alvarez (The Evil Dead) – Daniel Kenneth (True Blood) – Alvaro Rodriguez (From Dusk Till Dawn)
Al Septien (The Vampire Diaries, Candyman: Day of the Dead)
Moderated by: Trina Calderon & Daniel Dominguez
Tuesday, October 28th / @ 7:00PM / WGAW, Multipurpose Room
**RECEPTION TO FOLLOW PANEL
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org with “Horror” in the subject line.