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Founded in 2004 by Kate Chaplin, the Indy Writers’ Group is a supportive community of published and pre-published writers of all genres. IWG offers workshops, signings, and bi-monthly meetings for critique and support. IWG is a diverse group with strengths in various areas, such as self-publishing, e-publishing, small presses, freelance writing, technical writing, editing, etc. Within the network of in person events and online you’ll find a community of writers with various backgrounds and experiences that understand the pitfalls and success that plague writers today. Our group can be found Here on Yahoo Groups

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Indiana Filmmakers Network Screenwriting Series

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The Indiana Filmmakers Network will host The Screenwriters’ Coffee House. On August 12, Kate Chaplin will conclude a three-part screenwriting series as she plays host to Indiana’s best and most gifted screenwriters gathering together to talk about the craft of screenwriting.

Some of the confirmed screenwriters to appear are; Sarah Mynett, award winning writer/director of In the Blue and Riley’s Story, Mark Racop & Chuck Budreau of Starship 2: Rendezvous with Ramses, Stephen Conway, Indiana Film Society President, Kenny White writer/director of Maybe Tomorrow, Andrew Kramer a talented upcoming playwright, and Mikel Wisler writer/director of Cellar Door, Always Reaching and Cold October.

Hosted by Kate Chaplin
President of the Indy Writers’ Group and named a "Naptown notable resident" by, Kate Chaplin is an author and film maker whose projects have appeared on MTV, local television, film festivals, in print and online. She is the author of The Belief Test and the writer/director of such films as LOSS and First They Came for...

The Screenwriters’ Coffee House hosted by the IFN is free and open to the public. Starting at 7:00pm, Tuesday, August 12 at the Abbey Coffee House 825 N. Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204. Contact Kate Chaplin with any questions. karmiccourage(AT) or 317-833-8861.

About The Indiana Filmmakers Network
IFN is an open community of Indiana filmmakers dedicated to networking and support for area film projects. Memberships are $20/year, which is put directly into building the local film community. Anyone with interest in independent film is welcome to join, regardless of experience level. Our monthly meetings are a perfect opportunity to meet others and begin building your portfolio.
For information about IFN, it’s meeting times, and locations, check out

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