Happily Ever After Hours with Academy Award®-Nominated Screenwriter Tab Murphy

Date
Fri, Feb 5 | 5:30pm PT
Cost
FREE | Sign-up Required
Location
Zoom Webinar

Join Academy Award®-nominated screenwriter Tab Murphy as he shares behind-the-scenes stories from writing Walt Disney Animation Studios’ The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), Tarzan® (1999), Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001), and Brother Bear (2003).

Registration

Registration for this program will open to the public starting Friday, January 29 at noon.

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Q&A and Requirements

Questions can be submitted during the webinar through Zoom's Q&A function. Due to anticipated demand and limited Q&A time, not all submitted questions will be answered.

All participants must sign up by noon Pacific Time on the day prior to the event. Participants must have a Zoom account to attend the workshop. A link to the webinar and instructions for joining will be sent via email prior to the event.

About the Speaker

Tab Murphy attended USC Film School and has been a working screenwriter since 1983. His major break occurred with a writing credit on Gorillas in the Mist (1988), for which he was nominated for an Academy Award.

Murphy’s work in the world of animation is extensive. He spent ten years at Walt Disney Feature Animation (today known as Walt Disney Animation Studios), writing such feature-length animated movies as The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), Tarzan (1999), Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001), and Brother Bear (2003). He’s been nominated for several Annie Awards, and Brother Bear (2003) was additionally nominated for an Academy Award. He has written projects for DreamWorks and Warner Bros., including the DC animated direct-to-DVD features Batman/Superman: Apocalypse (2010) and Batman: Year One (2011), based on the Frank Miller graphic novel. He also wrote nine episodes of the animated Thundercats (2011–12) reboot for Warner Bros. Animation.

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