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Fellows Selected For The 5th Annual Native American Feature Film Writers Lab

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The Native American Media Alliance announced today they have selected six fellows for the 5th Annual Native American Feature Film Writers Lab, a talent development program that boosts the careers of Native American writers.In partnership with Comcast NBCUniversal, A+E Networks, Cherokee Nation Film Office, and A+E Networks, the Native American Feature Film Writers Lab is an annual program for talented and aspiring screenwriters.

Over the course of 10 weeks, chosen fellows develop a new screenplay, meet with partner industry organizations and receive creative guidance on their scripts from literary professionals.“The incredible success stories from our many fellows of this lab is a true testament to the genuine work behind our programs,” Ian Skorodin, Director of Strategy for the Native American Media Alliance announced. “It’s an incredible inspiration to see our fellows working, writing and providing the authentic voice of Native America at every major studio, network and media conglomerate.”The Native American Feature Film Writers Lab received numerous applicants from several tribes throughout North America.

The chosen fellows will take part in a ten-week curriculum cu-rated by seasoned writing executives. The lab will consist of daily workshops, seminars and in-tensive mentoring to help each writer develop and complete a screenplay in ten weeks and hone skills to prepare the participants for studio writing opportunities.

At the end of the program, each participant will have completed an original screenplay and will participate in our annual writers pitch fest every November during the LA Skins Fest.The 6 fellows of the 5th Annual Native American Feature Film Writers Lab are:Ty Coughenour (Lummi Nation)Ty Coughenour is

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