Bridge 17 – Scriptwriter’s Pitch Fest at The Hurt Building, March 16

Date: March 16, 2017

Time: 7:00 pm

Writers have 90 seconds to pitch their screenplay to 4 Producers/Judges. Receive feedback from people in the industry and if the project is the right fit – move towards production.

All writers must attend TWO PITCH PREP sessions to finesse/enhance their pitching skills and properly prepare for communication with industry professionals.

When: Thursday, March 16, 2017

Where: The Hurt Building, 50 Hurt Plaza, Atlanta GA 30303

Writer Registration opens at 6:30 pm.

PARKING: Allow 15 additional minutes for parking. Street parking is free after 7 pm OR park in the GARAGE directly across from the building.

For more info: email: writers@bridgeseventeen.com or text: 678-744-7225

Website: www.bridgeseventeen.com

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