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By the end you will have a project description, overall concept, and potentially your pilot episode completed. Serial Storytellers aims to support BIPOC, LGBTQi/ queer, Women and nonbinary, people with disabilities, and low-income filmmakers making episodic projects. This program is a 10-session intensive writing and producing class taught virtually via zoom.

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This will be a virtual course taught via zoom.  By the end you will have a program description, overall concept, and potentially your pilot episode completed. 
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