Idea Generation - Harness What Excites You and Unleash Your Voice

Women of Color Filmmakers
Women of Color Filmmakers
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5818 Lankershim Blvd. Enter on Emelita · North Hollywood, ca

How to find us

The entrance is actually on Emelita. If you are coming from downtown North Hollywood you will make a right on Emelita, which is the street before the Honda Dealership Service Center and IN-N-Out. If you get lost call/text 818 350-3866

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Have you been wanting to write, produce or create content but feel stuck? Maybe you have struggled with flushing out an idea for your film or centering your thoughts enough to pen them to paper.

There are infinite ways to generate ideas but no sure-fire way to generate a good one. WOCF Member Christina Wren has taken exercises from her background in generating original content and will lead us in an evening of writing prompts and sharing meant to give you a glimpse into what is swirling around in your head, decipher what interests you most, and ultimately seed the idea for your next project.

Christina is an actor, writer and producer most known as Air Force officer, Carrie Farris, who states the obvious in Man of Steel, claiming that Superman is "kinda hot." She was voted one of Fandango's Top Rising Female Movie Stars after appearing in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and soon after was given the best role of her life as mama of two little boys. She has written and produced commercials and branded content for clients including HGTV, Travel Channel and Discovery Digital and television for PBSKids on the Emmy Award winning show, Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood. She wrote and starred in the indie feature film, Saudade?, the web series Half Sisters and America (A Love Song), produced and starred in the feature film, Rehabilitation of the Hill featuring actor Harry Lennix, and recently completed her latest comedy series, Hicksters, which was a Sundance Lab finalist, about a mixed couple from New York City starting life anew on a farm...hoping to become internet famous and not die in the process. Christina is a graduate of New York University and runs a boutique production company, Two Kids with a Camera. As a first generation, half Middle-Eastern, half Middle-American kid raised on the Northside of Pittsburgh, she is passionate about telling the often misrepresented or untold stories of the melting pot communities that she's come up in. The Little Engine That Could is her spirit animal.

You can learn more about Christina’s Production Company by going to www.TwoKidsWithaCamera.com