Coverfly Career Lab 3.0
Screenwriting workshops to help screenwriters who are looking to take the next steps in their career, whether it's seeking representation or simply building out their portfolio.
The Coverfly Career Lab 3.0 took place on 9/18. You can purchase access to all recordings and resources from the lab here.

Coverfly Career Lab is designed to help screenwriters who are looking to take the next steps in their career, either by looking for management or simply building out their portfolio.

We want to ensure every writer walks away with a clearer understanding of where they are, where they're going, and things they need to do to move forward.

Throughout the series you will get insight from industry leaders and opportunities to network with fellow screenwriters.

Learn more about Coverfly Career Lab and the scheduled events here.

2021 & 2022 Workshops
Understanding the Industry: From Page to Production
Writer/Producer Sev Ohanian (RUN, CREED III, FRUITVALE STATION, SEARCHING) shares his insights on how writers can prepare their pitch and pages for Producers. He'll even share on-screen the pitch deck he used to help sell SEARCHING.
Truth Be Told: Adapting True Stories & Maintaining Your Voice
Writer, Co-Showrunner, Exec. Producer, Liz Hannah (THE GIRL FROM PLAINVILLE, THE DROPOUT, THE POST) shares perspective on how to maintain your voice throughout the collaborative process.
Cold Opens & Stranger Things: Presented by Creators Writing Room
Join Jason Kyle (Head of Development at CWR Productions) & Olivia Cuartero-Briggs (Writer and Co-EP) as they discuss some of the realities of the TV landscape. They'll do a deep dive analysis of TV cold opens using Stranger Things as a case study.
The Genius of Genre: How to Write Unique Genre Concepts
C. Robert Cargill (THE BLACK PHONE, SINISTER) discusses the nuances of genre storytelling.
Logline Workshop with Lit Entertainment
Join Lit Entertainment managers Adam Kolbrenner, Raquelle David, Matt Dy, and Kendrick Tan - as they give on the spot logline feedback.
Winning the Room: How to Prepare for a TV Writers Room
Writer/ Co-EP. Wendy Calhoun (THE ROOKIE: FEDS, JUSTIFIED, EMPIRE) shares her insights on how TV writers can prepare themselves for when opportunity knocks.
A Career in Writing
Once you "make it", your work is only just beginning. After today, you'll have a clearer picture of what it takes to sustain your writing career.
Getting Your First Job
Whether TV or Film, make a game plan for getting your first job.
Getting Signed
Learn what industry professionals are looking for when signing a writer, and strategies on how to get noticed.
Skills for a Professional Writer
Define the daily and weekly routines to set you up for success.
Understanding the Industry
Learn the various ins and outs of the industry. Critical for making a solid game plan.
Define Your Voice
Learn how professionals define their voice and ensure their work stands out.
Our Non-Profit Partners
Kids in the Spotlight partner logo
Kids in the Spotlight
On a mission to help foster youth heal and grow from trauma through the power of storytelling and filmmaking.
826 partner logo
826LA is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6 to 18 with their creative & expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write.
Motion Picture Television Fund partner logo
Motion Picture Television Fund
Supporting working and retired members of the entertainment community with a safety net of health and social services, including temporary financial assistance, case management, and residential living.