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Dangerous Women
While male characters have long been afforded opportunities to push the boundaries of TV storytelling, it feels like women are finally getting the opportunity to do the same. This conversation will explore our favorite “dangerous” women - the complicated villains, unconventional heroes, rule-breakers, and everything in between - who dare to challenge the status quo and redefine who/what a leading woman can be.
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Director POV: Manhattan
Emmy award-winning director/producer Tommy Schlamme breaks down the pilot episode of "Manhattan," created by Sam Shaw. Get a behind-the-scenes look into the process of crafting a pilot episode and setting the tone of a series, from a director’s point of view. PLEASE NOTE: Micro Programming is open to CAMP BADGES.
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Evil
Praise George! Season 3 of "Evil" is nigh, and you’re invited to join us for an early look at the season premiere, followed by a Q&A with stars Katja Herbers, Mike Colter and Aasif Mandvi. "Evil," an original series from prolific creators, showrunners, and executive producers Robert and Michelle King, is a psychological mystery that examines the origins of evil along the dividing line between science and religion. Seasons 1 and 2 are streaming now on Paramount+.
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Flowers in the Attic: The Origin presented by Lifetime
Lifetime and ATX TV Festival invite you to join us for the World Premiere screening of the limited series "Flowers in the Attic: The Origin," followed by a panel conversation with the series creatives and cast! Lifetime’s "Flowers in the Attic: The Origin," is based on Andrew Neiderman’s novel Garden of Shadows, the prequel to V.C. Andrews’ Flowers in the Attic series. The series tells the story of the headstrong and determined Olivia Winfield (Jemima Rooper), her relationship with one of the nation’s most eligible bachelors, Malcolm Foxworth (Max Irons), and her desperate attempts to keep her family safe, leading to her inevitable—and notorious—decision to lock her grandchildren in the attic. "Flowers in the Attic: The Origin" premieres July 9 on Lifetime.
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Flowers in the Attic: The Origin: The Brunch presented by Lifetime
Following the World Premiere of "Flowers in the Attic: The Origin," join us on the Mezzanine for a festival finale brunch - complete with delicious bites, themed cocktails, and authentic props from the show - courtesy of Lifetime!
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Funny AF presented by Universal Studio Group
Universal Studio Group presents “Funny AF,” a panel conversation featuring the stars and creatives behind the studio’s slate of critically acclaimed comedies.
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Futurescape: A Look at What’s Ahead in TV
This landscape called “TV” is still changing at a fast and furious pace. The volume isn’t slowing down, the definition of “what is TV” is growing more complicated, and the places to watch are only growing. What does the future hold in terms of business models, content, timing, costs, and beyond?
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Great News Script Reading
ATX TV Festival invites you to revisit "Great News" with a special live script reading featuring original and guest cast! From creator/showrunner/executive producer Tracey Wigfield ("30 Rock," "Saved by the Bell"), and executive producers Tina Fey and Robert Carlock ("30 Rock," "Mr. Mayor"), "Great News" follows up-and-coming news producer Katie Wendelsohn (Briga Heelan), who finds herself dealing with a new intern: her mother, Carol (Andrea Martin). Wigfield will be joined by original cast members Briga Heelan ("Love," "Cougar Town") and John Michael Higgins ("Saved by the Bell," "Pitch Perfect," "A Mighty Wind"), guest actor Jake Lacy ("The White Lotus"), and more surprise cast for a live script reading of a favorite episode, and a look back at this canceled-too-soon favorite.
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I Love That For You presented by SHOWTIME®
SHOWTIME® presents a screening and panel conversation for freshman comedy "I Love That For You" from co-creators Vanessa Bayer ("Saturday Night Live") and Jeremy Beiler ("Saturday Night Live"). Inspired by Bayer’s own story of overcoming childhood leukemia, "I Love That For You" centers on Joanna Gold, who dreams of becoming a host at a home-shopping channel. Following an advance screening of a new episode (Episode 7), co-creator/star Vanessa Bayer will dive into the comedy (and drama) of the first season, the true events that inspired it, and more. "I Love That For You" is streaming now on SHOWTIME®.
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Into the IP-Verse: Building a Franchise
There’s no denying that in the era of IP, successful franchises are king – but franchises aren’t born overnight. So what does it take to develop and maintain a universe that not only honors the original IP, but expands on it in new and exciting ways? What are the hallmarks of a truly successful franchise? How do you decide who gets the spinoff/dedicated series from large and extravagant worlds? Join the creatives and executives behind some of TV’s biggest franchises for a look at the inner-workings of the IP-verse – and where it’s headed next.
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Justified Creatives Reunion presented by FX
FX and ATX TV Festival invite you to return to Harlan County with the creative team behind the acclaimed modern western and FX original series "Justified," based on the works of Elmore Leonard. Seven years after the finale, creator / showrunner / executive producer Graham Yost ("Slow Horses") and the prolific writers, producers, and directors that made the modern western so unique will reunite for a conversation about the room’s collaborative process, the enduring creative partnerships that resulted, and their careers following the series. All episodes of "Justified" are streaming now on Hulu.
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The Last Note
An episode ends, credits roll, and one final music cue hits. What song is playing? Does it break the tension, or hold you in it as you transition out of one world and back into real life? Credit sequences tend to get short shrift in a time where we're constantly being shuffled along to the next episode, but a great song can give us time (and reason) to pause and appreciate what we've just seen, or introduce us to a new song altogether. Join us as we go inside the process of choosing the final cue with the music supervisors who have made it an art form.
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