How do you take interesting stories that already exist as books or life histories and turn them into compelling scripts? Kevin Nicklaus (Vice President of Development & Production, The Wolper Org.) is back by popular demand to help you figure out how to adapt a story for film. Many people want to tell a story from their own life or from that of a historical figure but don't know how much or how little to tell. Sometimes you loved the story in a book but the freedom feels restricted when adapting to a script. Kevin is going to give tips and techniques to keep in mind when adapting stories of any kind!
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Kevin Nicklaus is the Senior Vice President of Development at The Wolper Organization, which has been responsible for over 500 films, and won more than 150 awards, including two Oscars, 50 Emmys, seven Golden Globes, five Peabody’s, and recognition and retrospectives from Cannes and other respected international film festivals. Kevin has been involved in many high-profile projects, including the critically acclaimed, Emmy-nominated TV Miniseries remake of ROOTS (2016) for The History Channel, A&E’s hit show BATES MOTEL, the multiple Emmy-nominated miniseries THE MISTS OF AVALON (TNT) starring Anjelica Huston, Julianna Margulies and Joan Allen, and the Emmy-nominated Doc special PENN & TELLER: BULLSHIT! for Showtime. He was also involved in earlier mini-series such as SALEM'S LOT (TNT) and HELTER SKELTER (CBS).
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