Stowe Story Labs, a nonprofit that brings together emerging screenwriters, filmmakers and creative producers from around the world with industry mentors, is currently accepting applications for its Fall 2015 session in Vermont (September 12-15).
New this year is the Labs’ inaugural Tangerine Fellowship for female talent.
Founded in 2013, Stowe
Story Labs offers workshops, “in-conversation” interviews with industry pros, lectures, evening film screenings, panel discussions, and informal cocktail receptions to help forge professional relationships and time
to work and reflect. Stowe
Story Labs also hosts a late-Spring Writers’ Retreat in Stowe.
Tangerine Entertainment is a production company and community builder for movies and media by women directors. It was founded by industry veterans Amy Hobby and Anne Hubbell.
For more information
about Stowe Story Labs please visit www.stowestorylabs.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply
for the 2015 Stowe Story Labs and the Tangerine Entertainment Fellowship, click