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Claire Taylor is the director of programming at SeriesFest, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the art of episodic storytelling. With year-round initiatives and professional development opportunities focused on diverse and under-served voices, education programs for students, and an annual festival, which gives emerging artists a platform and place for discovery, SeriesFest is where new voices and storytellers have found a home.
The award-winning festival, SeriesFest: Season 5, will take place in Denver, Colorado – the birthplace of cable television – June 21-26, 2019. With a musical performance and network premiere at the world famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre and six days of in-competition screenings, panels, and network sneak peeks, the annual festival showcases compelling and creative content while celebrating television history and engaging in meaningful dialogue about serialized storytelling. To learn more and see upcoming events visit www.seriesfest.com. For 10% off your submission through Without-A-Box visit http://www.seriesfest.com/2019-submissions and use the promo code SeriesFest-Powers. They will be hosting two events at SxSW: a panel discussion on Funding Your Indie Episodic, https://schedule.sxsw.com/2019/events/PP92374, and a meetup, Episodic Creator Meetup https://schedule.sxsw.com/2019/events/PP92420. Visit https://www.seriesfest.com/artist-initiatives/women-directing-mentorship for information on their partnership with Shondaland in the new Women Directing Mentorship program. To find out more about Laura and her work please visit her website at www.laurapowers.net. You can also find Laura on twitter @thatlaurapowers, on Facebook @thatlaurapowers, and on Instagram at laurapowers44.