- This event has passed.
Virtual WriterDuet Meetup
Apr 22 | 10:00 am – 12:30 pm PDT
Watch This Event
Women In Media members joined us for a virtual inter-departmental networking event and seminar designed to enhance their collaborative workflow. The focus is on the script, and all who need to collaborate during development as well as keep up with changes from pre production through post. Writers, producers, directors, art department personnel, production designers, script supervisors, etc. were in attendance.
About The Seminar
WriterDuet team members Spencer Mirabal and Emily Poliakoff joined us for a comprehensive demonstration on how to optimize your use of WriterDuet and ReadThrough. The seminar was divided into two parts. One part focused on writing and collaboration. The second explored how members of the production team can use WriterDuet and ReadThrough to stay updated on rewrites and streamline their own workflows.
WriterDuet is a real-time collaborative screenwriting software that enables effortless teamwork. The app is linked to our script-review platform, ReadThrough, which provides co-writers, readers, and guests with the ability to read, listen and leave feedback all in one place, from any device. These powerful scripting tools are designed to seamlessly transition you from writing/editing through the production process. WriterDuet and ReadThrough deliver an unmatched collaborative experience.
About The Presenters
Spencer Mirabal is a writer & podcaster based in San Diego, California. He has a BA in Film & Photography from Montana State University. His thesis short film La Violencia En Colombia was an official selection for the 2015 Flathead Lake International Cinemafest. Spencer is the co-host of the comedy podcast Murder, We Watched. You may also hear his spoken word album Sweet Sad Sandal Boy.
Emily Poliakoff is a musician turned tech industry professional located in Austin, Texas. With a BA in Humanities with an emphasis in music from University of Southern California, her sounds can be heard in film, television, and numerous studio recordings.
About Writers Groups
WiM members meet up in a virtual setting where they may seek and offer inspiration, critique, and support on scripts, outlines, and treatments. Groups meet regularly and have the benefit of WiM’s professional Zoom if they request it. We have also found that multi-hyphenates in the groups hire each other. WiM offers suggestions about how to run groups, but the groups are autonomous. Find out more here.
Thank you to our event partner