Want to learn to adapt your short script to a feature-length screenplay? The pros will show you how at a May 1 panel as part of the 2022 San Luis Obispo International Film Festival.
Screenwriter Meg LeFauve and filmmaker Jeff Graham will be in attendance to walk writers through the process of transforming short-form content into longer-form film projects. For just $5, pull up a chair at the Hotel SLO lounge and prepare to be amazed!
LeFauve’s experience in producing and screenwriting spans more than two decades. She produced “The Baby Dance,” which was nominated for an Emmy, a Golden Globe, and won a Peabody Award. Later, she wrote Oscar-nominated Disney Pixar films “Inside Out” and “The Good Dinosaur” and penned the story for Marvel Studios “Captain Marvel.”
Graham is a seasoned digital media producer, writer, and filmmaker and produces LeFauve’s podcast that she co-hosts with Lorien McKenna, “The Screenwriting Life.” He also currently produces and co-hosts the podcasts “Better Together With Maria Menounos” and “The Film Scene w/ Ileana Douglas.” His films include “Always, Lola” and “Under the Influence.”
The pair will headline a panel discussion for writers interested in expanding upon pre-existing stories and scripts to give their characters and plots more time to grow and shine.
Buy tickets to the Panel: Adapting Your Script From Short to Feature right here. The panel starts at 2 p.m.
About the San Luis Obispo International Film Festival
The San Luis Obispo International Film Festival is a year-round destination for independent cinema that promotes diversity, understanding, education, and inclusion through engaging storytelling.
The world-class six-day premiere festival event takes place at various locations throughout San Luis Obispo, a quaint but sophisticated town halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. "SLO," as we like to call it, is also home to SoCreate!
See the 2022 full schedule and book your tickets today!