Write Brothers Celebrates a Decade at Comic-Con International
Published Thursday, January 01, 1970
Updated Friday, December 18, 2015
Burbank, California - July 9, 2010 -- Write Brothers, Inc. (http://www.screenplay.com) makers of Academy-Award winning software for writers, is pleased to announce its Tenth consecutive appearance at Comic-Con International San Diego, the world's largest comic book and pop culture convention. "The fusion of film, television, internet, and mobile media with the world of comics has transformed the entertainment world," says Write Brothers Vice President Chris Huntley. "In 2010, Comic-con International is more relevant than ever."
Join us at the San Diego Convention Center July 22-25, 2010, at booth #1429 for signings and product demonstrations of our most popular software including Movie Magic Screenwriter 6 and Dramatica Pro.
Our expanded presence at the 2010 Comic-Con features several not-to-be-missed events including our story development panel with story guru Chris Huntley, our sponsorship of the Comic-Con International: Independent Film Festival, and support of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund charity auction.
Attend the Chris Huntley’s story development panel from 4:00 – 5:00 pm on Saturday, July 24, Marriott Hall 1&2:
Writing Action Packed and Character Driven Stories: Chris Huntley
Chris Huntley discusses exploration of the Eight Essential Questions of Character and Plot. Does your main character change his essential nature or stay the course? How do characters grow? What brings your story to a climax? Does your story end in tragedy, triumph, or somewhere in between? Find out the answer to these questions and ask some of your own!
Write Brothers, Inc. Sponsors the Comic-Con International: Independent Film festival
As award sponsors for this year's Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival, Write Brothers, Inc. is proud to support the convention's mission to celebrate the historic and ongoing contribution of comics to art and culture. Join us for the awards ceremony on Sunday, July 25, at 11:15 am.
Write Brothers, Inc. Donates Software to the CBLDF Event!
Write Brothers, Inc. is the latest generous contributor to the Second Annual SDCC Autograph Card/CBLDF Auction event! Write Brothers will be donating a Screenplay Studio Writing Software Bundle to the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund’s auction at San Diego Comic-Con this July, with all proceeds going toward the fight for the First Amendment rights of the comics’ community.
To help celebrate our decade-long involvement with SDCC, we will be holding drawings for free subscriptions to MovieMaker Magazine, Movie Magic Screenwriter training CDs as well as other prizes. So come on down to Sunny San Diego and visit booth #1429 and help us celebrate 10 years of writing for comics and movies.
About Write Brothers:
In 1982, Write Brothers Inc. (http://www.screenplay.com) invented the first screenplay text processing system, Scriptor. For 27 years the company has been the world leader in developing software for screenwriting, film and television production, and creative story development.
Write Brothers is the only company to win an Academy Technical Achievement Award for the development of screenwriting software. Write Brothers' software is sold worldwide, and has been used by the industry's most demanding professionals for the development of film and television shows.
Movie Magic Screenwriter (4.5 mice, MacWorld) was used on the blockbuster Pirates of the Caribbean series, Academy-Award winning Crash, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Heroes, 24, South Park and thousands more. The software is also the preferred writing tool of the top film and writing schools as well as Academy-Award winning screenwriters.
Write Brothers currently holds three software patents. It holds two for the Dramatica® story assistant, and one for the timeline-based presentation of text used in the StoryView™ outlining software. Streamline is the fourth technology patent Write Brothers has filed.
The Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival (CCI-IFF) celebrates independent film, with the accent on genre-related entries. Featured genres include action/adventure, animation, comics-oriented, documentary (related to pop culture topics), horror/suspense, humor, and science fiction/fantasy. The Festival included a special awards program on Sunday, July 27 at the 2009 Comic-Con International: San Diego.
Now in its eleventh year, the CCI-IFF is a juried event. Respected individuals in the fields of film and popular arts view the submissions and decide which films will be included in the four-day festival and those deserving of prizes and awards.
About The CBLDF:
Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection of the First Amendment rights of the comics art form and its community of retailers, creators, publishers, librarians, and readers. The CBLDF provides legal referrals, representation, advice, assistance, and education in furtherance of these goals.