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~~~~ 2019 CALL-FOR-ENTRIES! ~~~~
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FILMS • WRITTEN WORKS • ORIGINAL MUSIC
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INTRODUCING TWO NEW MOONDANCE TEAM MEMBERS:
WRITTEN WORKS READER & FEEDBACK WRITER
After studying screenwriting at the University of Washington, Nick Zielinski began his entertainment career as an intern at The Late Show with David Letterman. Since then, he’s worked as a script reader and contest judge for several companies, including Epicenter Literary Management, Red Ampersand, The Blue Cat Screenplay Competition, and others. Nick, is originally from Seattle, and responds positively to stories about rain.
AUDIO/RADIO/PODCASTS SCRIPTS & PRODUCTIONS CONSULTANT
Six-time Spirit of Moondance Award winner in Audio Drama, Sable Jak has been writing, producing and occasionally acting in Audio Drama for a long time. She spent 12 years with the Jim French Productions, Inc. company in Seattle, WA and was considered a staff writer for the last 8 years there before the company closed due to Mr. French’s poor health. She finished her tenure there with a double-length “closed door” mystery and a 5-part serial for the company’s flagship series “Harry Nile.” In addition to audio dramas she wrote “Writing the Fantasy Film” for Michael Wiese Productions, Inc. and had a monthly column with Scr(i)pt magazines (many articles that can still be found on the web.)
New Zealand Flag at Half-Mast, March 2019Photo: KIWIWISE