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It’s not too late to attend the IFP’s Script to Screen Conference, which takes place this Saturday at 92Y Tribeca in New York City.

Highlights include conversations with writer-director Barry Levinson (Rain Man) and Black Swan screenwriter Mark Heyman; a Pitch Workshop in which five emerging screenwriters will pitch their screenplays to a panel of experts (including sales agents, Magnolia Pictures’ head of acquisitions, and a producer from Glass Eye Pix); a case-study with the team from Sundance hit Martha Marcy May Marlene moderated by Ted Hope; a live reading of two IFP alumni screenplays for dialogue analysis with independent film producers; and a panel on new platforms for writers, featuring Carol Kolb, head writer for The Onion News Network.

If you’re an IFP member you will get in with a special $80 discounted member rate.

To learn more about the conference and how to get tickets go to ifp.org/script-to-screen-conference.

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