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Sunday, April 18 • 03:00 - 03:50
From Verbal to Visual: Adapting Art for the Screen

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Whenever art is adapted to a new medium, it transforms fundamentally. Much of what made the original great could be lost, yet a different kind of greatness can be achieved in its place. How can artistic intention survive the transition? What elements are worth considering besides just how faithful an adaptation ends up being?

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Luke Elliott

Writer, Co-Host, Ink to Film Podcast
Luke Elliott’s fiction runs the gamut from Fantasy to SciFi to Horror, and has appeared in Metaphorosis Magazine, the Buckman Journal, and in audio form on The Overcast Podcast, among others. He has a B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Florida, an MFA in Writing Popular... Read More →

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Crystal Skillman

Playwright, Playwright
CRYSTAL SKILLMAN is an award-winning playwright expanding into television and audio drama. Her four part audio drama KING KIRBY, with co-writer Fred Van Lente, was just released on Broadway Podcast Network. Her other work with Fred Van Lente includes EAT FIGHTER the animated series... Read More →
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Jennifer Kretchmer

My nerdiness knows no bounds, and I'm proud of it."Love all, trust a few. Do harm to none." -ShakespeareThat pretty much sums it up.To make a Jen:Take a hearty dash of nerdiness, a splash of politics (yes, I am a dirty hippie), several ounces of a virulent love of learning, and a... Read More →

Levan Tsertsvadze

Zaza Koshkadze - Born in 1982. Real name Levan Tsertsvadze, graduated in Georgian folk music from the Institute of Traditional and Contemporary Art in Tbilisi. He is an author, Screenwriter, Copywriter and Translator. Two of his short stories were involved in the annual anthology... Read More →

Sunday April 18, 2021 03:00 - 03:50 UTC