Introducing thehappyhour – a short evening lecture series showcasing thought-provoking individuals and a little wine to end your day. 

All events are free of charge and feature a 20-minute talk with our guest speaker, plus a wine tasting, with wines selected by Amy Christine, Master of Wine!

So, you know, not the cheap stuff.

Gain insights, make valuable connections, and drink some delicious wine!

JOIN US FOR OUR THIRD EVENT!

DATE AND TIME

Thursday, October 26, 2017

6:30 PM – 7:45 PM PDT

LOCATION

Liz's Antique Hardware / The Loft At Liz's

453 S. La Brea, Los Angeles, CA 90036

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The events are generously sponsored by RingIT, Inc | Wine Ring, the only patented technology of its kind that learns what you like and don’t like, and makes recommendations based on your individual preferences.

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About Jeff

 

Jeff Gordon started Writers Boot Camp in his living room during the Writer’s Strike of ’88 to “get writers to write.” The program now claims alumni at over 100 television shows (from Breaking Bad to Glee to HBO’s Girls), Broadway musicals like 2007 Tony-winner Spring Awakening, and last year alone, more than 20 produced feature films — all written by Boot Camp members. Notable alumni include Matt Nix, creator of Burn Notice, Cindy Chupak, executive producer of Sex and the City, and David Levine, writer of Rounders and Ocean’s 13. His guidance has launched major writing careers at the highest levels of film and television, books and novels, documentaries, web series, and plays.

Jeff has an MFA from USC’s Peter Stark Motion Picture Producing Program, spent time at the William Morris agency, where he grew as an experienced script reader, weaving all these insights into the foundations of his program.

 

RSVP here for our October event!

 

 
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Keep watch for upcoming announcements about our next event.

 

If you'd like to participate, please contact us here.