Symposium by Pipeline Artists

Symposium by Pipeline Artists

A year-round conference in the arts.Symposium features seminars and panels on screenwriting, filmmaking, publishing, and beyond, plus Town Hall discussions that expose the hard truths of The Arts. RealTalk™ and honest advice. Rip off the veneer and join the conversation ...


February 3, 2023 119 mins

In this panel discussion, producers Beth Bruckner O'Brien and Sandra Leviton will give a behind-the-curtain perspective on what it takes to find, acquire, steam-roll, and eventually produce a great project—also some tips on what you can do to get your work into the proper hands (aka: producers). Leave no rock unturned …

[Recorded October 19, 2022]


Beth is a writer, producer and entertainment e...

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A candid conversation on TV & film animation between two professionals who come from that imaginative world. Pipeline Exec Roni Brown will host a one-on-one discussion with Emmy Award Winner, Joshua Pruett. Topics will include everything you did not know about animation.

OUR GUEST - Joshua Pruett:

Emmy Award Winner Joshua Pruett is the only human being on Earth to have written for both MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 and D...

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November 24, 2022 117 mins

A Symposium Town Hall bringing us back to a fundamental of storytelling: hook the reader. Our Pipeline staff dig into the significance of those often-troubling first 5 pages—really the first impression of a script as a whole—and how to stand out to industry reviewing your material.

Moderated by Pipeline Artists Editor-in-Chief Jeanne Veillette Bowerman and Creative Executive Ruth Sabin, joined by Script Pipeline execs:

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In this debut Town Hall debate, our Pipeline staff pulls back the curtains and lets the creative community in on our daily conversations surrounding the industry.

Our opening topic focuses on one of the oldest debates still hotly discussed in screenwriting: is it all about structure or the "voice" of a writer?

Script Pipeline Development Execs Spike Scarberry and Karin Partin Wells will take opposite si...

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October 11, 2022 125 mins

It's time for a filmmaking reality check ...

Our panelists share the hard truths about filmmaking at this free Symposium Town Hall.

Whether an indie production or within the studio system, bringing a screenplay to life requires a multitude of mental and creative talents.


  • Doug Richardson (Die Hard 2, Bad Boys) @byDougRich
  • Kay Tuxford (The MisEducation of Bindu) @kay_tux
  • Prarthana Mohan (Th...
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October 11, 2022 84 mins

For those who need help finding a writing routine or are deadline-driven writers, this one is for you. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman sits down with Grant Faulkner, writer and Executive Director of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo).

They explore not only the famous annual writing challenge, but also how to navigate the unpredictable life of a writer.

Grant Faulkner is the Executive Director of National Novel Wr...

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