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LOWW writer Meggie Spellman's one-hour TV pilot Tupperware Party wins Screencraft's 2022 TV pilot contest!

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CHECK OUT OUR WRITERS!
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Dana
Braziel-Solovy
TV Writer

A former Chicago punk rocker, Dana Braziel-Solovy knows how to rebel and promises only to do so for good. By creating feminist comedy and dramedy television shows, she fights the patriarchy with nothing but her computer keyboard. She calls it, "QWERTY Hurty."

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Gilda Hauser
Porcari
Screenwriter

If Gilda's life were a movie it would be called "Miss Goodie Too Shoes" and the logline would be... "After her sociopathic husband almost kills her, an anxiety-ridden perfectionist from a crazy, chaotic family embarks on a quest to find a stable, conventional lifestyle, real love and her place in the world."

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Megan J. Wilson
Television/Film

Megan wrote her first play (a modern and irreverent take on the Three Little Pigs) at age 10.  She chooses to believe the laughter from the audience was at the jokes, not at the effort.

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Denise Cruz-Castino

Television/Film

Denise Cruz-Castino has sold a live action short to Disney, her first feature 5 Weddings premiered at Cannes in 2018 and was released in 52 countries. 

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Meggie Spellman

Television/Film

Meggie started her writing career at the Dramatic Writing BFA program at SUNY Purchase's Conservatory for Theater Arts and Film.

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Julia Bergeron
Screenwriter

Julia Bergeron is an LA-based writer-director obsessed with telling stories about people forced to answer the question, “What would you do for family?” 

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Kei Haynes

Television/Film

Because of indelible childhood marks, Kei writes about family relations, societal issues, particularly health, and often with an ensemble cast. 

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