July 13 to July 26, 2020
May 11, 2020
Learn the art of writing for television, from half-hour sitcoms to one-hour episodes.
Undergraduate: ENGL 424, 3 units Graduate/post-baccalaureate: ENGL 624, 3 units
Undergraduate and graduate writers: film, television and theatre preferred, but poets, fiction writers, journalists, etc. are welcome! It’s not so much the experience you have, but the passion, discipline and willingness you demonstrate to expand your skills.
Bernardo Solano(909) 869-3952
Oliver Goldstick was an executive producer of ABC Family's, “Pretty Little Liars.” He has written and produced many series for television, including “Lipstick Jungle,” “Ugly Betty,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Everwood,” “American Dreams,” “Popular” and Caroline in the City, among others. His films for television include “Plainsong” (Aidan Quinn/Rachel Griffiths) and the CAMY Award-winning “Crossroads” and Emmy Award-nominated “Bailey's Mistake” (Linda Hamilton/Joan Plowright). Goldstick's television work has earned him a Golden Globe, Writers Guild Award, GLAAD Award, NAACP Image Award and Peabody.
Doug Cooney is a staff writer for Disney Junior's animated series “Sofia the First” (nominated for a daytime Emmy) and writer of the short film “Abuelo.” He is also an acclaimed children’s writer whose novels include “The Beloved Dearly,” “I Know Who Likes You and “Nobody’s Perfect.” Cooney’s plays and musicals have been commissioned, produced and toured by the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center Institute, Mark Taper Forum and South Coast Rep.
June 29 to July 12, 2020