Issue 109 | February 2014

In this Issue:

Labor_Day_Poster.jpg+ Director's Notes
+ Message from Allison


+ Featured Member Posting: Junior Development Executive Position at Tiny Giant Entertainment
+ Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Harvardwood Writers Competition!
+ Apply now for the Spring 2014 Harvardwood TV Writing Modules (LA) - Deadline Feb. 10th
+ Join the Harvardwood Board of Directors - Deadline Feb. 22nd
+ Save the date for Harvardwood's Oscars Viewing Party + Raffle (LA) - Mar. 2nd
+ Seeking panelists for "I Was a Showbiz Intern" ARTS FIRST Panel (BOS) - Apr. 30th


+ Mark Goffman KSG '94 - SLEEPY HOLLOW showrunnerInfinitely-Polar-Bear-2014-Poster.jpg
+ Industry Successes
+ New Members' Welcome
+ Member Profile: Helen Estabrook '03 - Producer of LABOR DAY (in theaters now)


+ Calendar
+ Participating in a Harvardwood program or workshop? Renew your membership!

Director's Notes

Congratulations yet again to the Harvardwood team for pulling off another successful year of Harvardwood 101! Special thanks go to the Directors of Harvardwood 101, Amit Samuel & Ansley Rubinstein, creating the magic once again for a new crop of Harvardites headed into the world of entertainment. We thank all of the alums & friends that participated this year, including: Patric Verrone and Maiya Williams Verrone, Corey Mandell, Rob Cain, Mark Gill, Christine Otal Crow, Joshua Brost, Elizabeth Hartnett, Mia Riverton, Rob Ulin, Gerry Daley, Jennifer Long Brancato, Max Pross, Adam Shulman, Sandra Chang, Deb Aquila, Noah Oppenheim, Franklin Leonard, Charlie Ferraro, Couper Samuelson, Peter Dodd, Larry Wasserman, Jonathan Eirich, Seth Brodie, Neil Jacobson, Ike Youssef, Ned Monahan, Karen Abrams, Doug MacLaren, Harley Copan, Drew Housman, Erik Horine, Larry Tanz, Allison Kiessling, Teresa Hsiao, Mark and Lindsay Goffman, Amy Retzinger, Reuben Garcia, JB Monu, and Stephanie Langs. Read on for testimonials from a few of the participants!

-- Kelley

Message from Allison

Happy February, Harvardwood! And I want to add my congrats to the 101 team on their amazing program, as well as to the Career Connections team who launched a new round of the Harvardwood Mentorship Program last week.

Writers, check out the post from Ryan Slattery, who is bringing back Spring Modules. Apply by February 10th. These modules are also in need of SPACE to meet. If you have an office, conference space, or living room that you wouldn't mind sharing once a week, the writers would be very appreciative. Email: [email protected]

And congrats to Cameron Porsandeh (from the Harvardwood Writers Program)! His pilot HELIX premiered on SyFy last month and broke SyFy's L7 ratings record! Also don't miss the second installment of our new Q & A series: this month features Mark Goffman on SLEEPY HOLLOW.

- Allison

Featured Member Posting: Junior Development Executive Position at Tiny Giant Entertainment

Tiny Giant Entertainment is a young film and TV development company looking for a superstar junior-level development executive to help build an amazing library of content and sell to networks. You will be helping progress from concept to treatment to casting to sizzle/presentation to sale to production, and you'll be along for the ride, and hopefully, in the driver's seat. Candidate should have experience in all aspects of development and production, including research, treatment/pitch writing, casting, editing, team building, etc. This person will report directly to the Director of Development. We are looking for a passionate self-starter with the ability to recognize great projects and work on their own, with a limited budget to pull off tasks. We are more interested in your drive and commitment than your former job title, so please don't not apply because you think you may be under-qualified. If you are interested, we would love to talk to you, and even if this position isn't for you, we may have something else for you… To view full posting, please visit:

Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Harvardwood Writers Competition!

We've announced the winners of the 2014 Harvardwood Writers Competition and are thrilled to extend our hearty congratulations to:

Nicholas Paleologos, THE RACE FOR TELEVISION (feature screenplay)
Anna Fishko, BAGHDAD (one-hour TV pilot)
Kathleen Chen & William Brian Polk, YEAR OF THE TIGER (half-hour TV pilot)
Paul D'Andrea, WIN WIN (one-act play)

The writers, selected by a panel of television executives, writers, producers, agents and managers, were judged for excellence in categories that included marketability and originality. Each writer will receive a cash prize and a one-on-one mentorship with an industry pro. This year’s mentors include Carolyn Cassidy, SVP Comedy Development, Fox; Adam Fratto, EVP Pukeko Pictures/Weta Workshop; Nicky Weinstock, President, Invention Films, creative head of 10/90 Television at Lionsgate; and Pier Talenti, resident dramaturg/literary manager at Center Theatre Group. Check out the Deadline writeup about the HWC winners here:

Apply for the Spring 2014 Harvardwood TV Writing Modules (LA) - Deadline Feb. 10th

Harvardwood is pleased to announce the Spring 2014 Harvardwood TV Writing Modules! The modules will use peer review, guest speakers and workshops to foster a motivating and supportive environment for participating television writers. We anticipate having modules for Original Drama Pilot, Original Comedy Pilot, Spec TV Episodes, and Original Pilot Rewrites. Fees for original and rewrite modules are $100, and the spec module fee is $150. The deadline for applying to all modules is 11:59PM on Monday, February 10, 2014. You must be a Full Member of Harvardwood and located in Los Angeles to participate. The program will run from late February through mid May, 2014. Click here to learn more and apply: If you have questions about the program, please email Ryan Slattery at [email protected] with the subject line "TV Modules."

Join the Harvardwood Board of Directors - Deadline Feb. 22nd

The Harvardwood Board of Directors (BOD) is coming up on elections for its next term, and we are looking for some energetic individuals to fill a few great Associate Director positions! The Harvardwood BOD is the managing body that oversees the volunteer efforts of Harvardwood members worldwide and has worked to create an impressive array of events, programs, and online resources over the past decade. As a member of this dynamic team, you will play a large role in determining the priorities and setting the course for the entire organization. The openings are for Associate Directors of: 1) Harvardwood Writing Program - Features and Harvardwood Writers Competition; 2) Harvardwood Publishing and Harvardwood Fiction; and 3) Harvardwood Seminar & Salon Series. To be considered, please submit your resume and a brief statement of qualification in the body of your email (1-2 paragraphs) with the subject line "BOD APPLICATION" to [email protected] by February 22nd… To view full posting, please visit:

Save the date for Harvardwood's Oscars Viewing Party + Raffle (LA) - Mar. 2nd

Watch the fashion, excitement, and surprise wins of the 86th Academy Awards with Harvardwood this year, as we host our first Oscars viewing party at St. Felix Hollywood. Full Members will be able to submit their Oscars predictions to enter in a raffle for fabulous prizes; non-members can also enter the raffle for $5. The St. Felix lounge will be open exclusively to Harvardwood members and their guests at this FREE event, so be sure to RSVP so your name is on the list. Friends are welcome! To view full posting, please visit:

Seeking Panelists for "I Was a Showbiz Intern" ARTS FIRST Panel (BOS) - Apr. 30th

Harvardwood is putting together an on-campus panel event, "I Was a Showbiz Intern," ahead of ARTS FIRST weekend on Wednesday, April 30th. If you've participated in HSIP or a 101 J-termship in the last couple of years, and you live in the Cambridge/Boston area and are willing to participate in this career-oriented panel for students, please email Dona Le at [email protected] with the subject line "Showbiz Panel." Thanks!

Mark Goffman KSG '94 - SLEEPY HOLLOW showrunnersleepyhollow3.jpg

by Sara Wright

How did the SLEEPY HOLLOW writers approach the first season, when you were still getting to know each other?

In the writers room, you get to know each other very quickly. We had a mini retreat and worked backwards from the finale. We spent a lot of time talking about elements in the pilot, the characters, our history, and an overarching theme for the season. We asked ourselves: What is the wildest way we can end this season? How can we leave each of our characters near-impossibly perched on a figurative cliff?

Any other big challenges you faced?

In a first-year series, almost everything is a challenge. Most everyone is working together for the first time, and on SLEEPY HOLLOW, we have nearly 500 people, between the writers, cast, crew and post-production. From script to directing, visual FX, editing, lighting sound design -- every one of those roles has the potential help knock an episode out of the park, or send us spiraling into the abyss. Especially on a show with an array of tonal elements.

Creatively on a new series, you want to have enough mythology that you get to explore the characters, but you don’t want to make the show so serialized that you lose audiences who miss an episode or two. We had to make sure that if you’ve never seen the show, you could still tune in at any point and still follow the story.

sleepyhollow1.jpgWhere do you get your story ideas?

Many times they’re from a theme or character drive that resonates with me. For example, we wrote an episode where Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) discovers he had a son. He has a lot of guilt over not knowing his son, and regret over missing the chance to raise him. Imagining what that would feel like stirred up a lot of emotions for me, so I knew it was a good driving force for a story. Then we find a way to tell it drawing from the American Revolution, religion, demons and some humor along the way. For example, that story began with the idea of a Golem, a biblical creature, who was created to protect Crane’s son in the absence of his parents. But it goes wildly out of control.

On SLEEPY HOLLOW, it’s also fun to start a story from an actual historical event and then infuse it with the supernatural. So when you find out that George Washington’s doctors actually tried to reanimate him 4 days after he died… well, there’s the perfect inspiration for an episode.

What excites you about these characters?

Ichabod Crane lived during Colonial times and has been awoken 232 years into the future. He’s a soldier, a founding father and a brilliant professor of history. And now he’s walking the streets of present-day America. This offers such an amazing opportunity for social commentary about what America meant to our Founding Fathers, what they really were fighting for 200 years ago and what the country has become today. It’s everything from taxation on donuts to how we communicate via smart phones.

While Abbey is much more relatable, and often our POV into this world, she has an equally fascinating past. As a teen, she went through a traumatic supernatural experience with her sister. Then she and her sister were separated, she was in foster care, and she had to deny what happened to her and hide her real self for the better part of 12-13 years. To go through a trauma like that, wonder if you’re crazy, then realize you are in fact a Witness (as in biblical witness) to the start of the apocalypse and have a special role in potentially preventing the end of days – that’s an exciting journey!

How do you balance sci-fi, procedural and historical elements? Is there a method to making sure one doesn't overwhelm the others?

Early on, Alex Kurtzman and Bob Orci told me something they learned early in their career, which is to follow a laugh with a scare and a scare with a laugh. We try to have a good balance between horror and humor and keep the stories thematically unified. This season has been about sin - sins of omission, turning a blind eye, and the idea that all it takes for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing. Our characters have to get beyond their own histories and step up to the challenge. But, we often find history repeating itself, and the answers to the present found in the past.

Are the creatures always based in mythology?

I like starting with creatures that already have iconography and are somewhat recognizable but then putting our own spin on them. You think you know the Headless Horseman -- but then you realize, no, this one’s got machine guns. This is not what you’ve seen before. Len Wiseman, EP and director of the pilot, is just brilliant with creature creation. As are of course Bob and Alex.

Are there rules for the world that the writers have to follow in the room?

Very quickly we had to define how magic works, including how our characters view it, and how many people are exposed to it. We worked hard to create a world that allows for the existence of the supernatural but is still grounded.

sleepyhollow2.jpgDo you have a favorite magical creature on the show?

The Headless Horseman is amazing. I still remember trying to pitch the episode to the network where he’s captured, put in a prison cell, and interrogated. They said, "But he doesn’t talk. He doesn’t have a head. How are you going to interrogate him?” We knew there was the risk it could look ridiculous. And not in a good way. So as we broke the episode where he’s captured, we realized that John Cho’s character, Andy Brooks, has to communicate with the Horseman and wow, wouldn’t it be cool if he were a necromancer…that gave us the key to the episode.

How does your production team keep the creatures looking convincing?

We use a lot of practical special effects and actors with makeup as opposed to VFX. It’s an enormous credit to our crew that they look as good as they do. Also I think building suspense also means creating scenes around what you don’t see, shadows and surprise. There’s also quite a bit of sound design that we do on every episode.

You're a big history buff who studied public policy at Harvard, was a speechwriter in D.C., and wrote on THE WEST WING, WHITE COLLAR, and ELEMENTARY. Any especially gratifying ways you've rewritten history on the show?

Reconceiving Paul Revere’s midnight ride, the Boston Tea Party, and the lost colony of Roanoke are also part of the fabric of the show. It’s also fun to work in minor historical revisions. In "Midnight Ride,” we also establish Crane and Thomas Jefferson were friends. Crane holds Jefferson with the upmost respect. Then Abbie and Irving ask him about Sally Hemmings, which he dismisses as tabloid rumor reported as news. Crane brings up an aphorism that he once remarked to Jefferson to make his point [I once said to Thomas, ‘a man who reads nothing at all is better educated than a man who reads nothing but newspapers’]. But Abbie then explains DNA testing, and the punchline is that on Wikipedia, Crane’s aphorism is attributed to Jefferson. In our world, Jefferson stole Crane’s material.

Anything you're especially excited about for next season?

I love that an epic love story is in the making, with the backdrop of war coming to Sleepy Hollow.

Any other advice for writers reading this?

Take big swings and aim high. Every year I try to do at least one project that's way outside my comfort zone. No doubt SLEEPY HOLLOW falls into that category. It's incredibly scary and exciting creatively. I can't emphasize what a thrill it is to get to work with a network and creators like Alex, Bob and Len who embrace that.

Industry Successes...

Thriller HOLLAND, MICHIGAN written by Andrew Sodroski '04 topped the Black List of the best unproduced screenplays of the year. It has been picked up by Le Grisbi Productions. Veteran director Errol Morris has signed on. Two-time Oscar nominee Naomi Watts will star. In the story, a woman who suspects her husband of infidelity learns that he has an even more terrible secret. Andrew polished his script in the screenwriting workshop sponsored by the Boston chapter.

Infinitely-Polar-Bear-2014-Poster.jpgHats off to Maya Forbes '90, who wrote and directed INFINITELY POLAR BEAR, featuring Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana. The film was a hit at Sundance, and Sony Pictures Classics has closed a deal to acquire distribution rights to the movie.

Tune in to the Harvardwood Radio station to listen to Meredith Baker '13, who got together with a few Berklee musicians and an HBS student to create an irresistable bossa nova song called "Coisas Inesperadas."

whiplash.jpgWHIPLASH, the debut feature by Damien Chazelle '07-'08, took Sundance by storm last month, winning both the Audience Award and the Grand Jury Prize for U.S. Dramatic. Congratulations, Damien!

Recent Harvardwood 101 testimonials:

"[Harvardwood 101] is not only an intensive and immersive crash course, but what I found to be a crucial launching pad for a career. I learned from Harvardwood 101 that while it is about the grades you make, it's also about the hands you shake! I would not have been able to explore, flex, and challenge my creative output within the classroom as in my j-termship. This may very well be the most rewarding Harvard program for people seriously interested in the entertainment industry."
- Susan Bin, 2014 Harvardwood 101 participant

"Harvardwood 101 was a great experience. It really demystified the industry. It introduced me to aspects of the entertainment world that I hadn't considered before and caused me to really think about the goals that I've set for myself. The j-termship has given me valuable and relevant job experience as well as opening channels of communication with future contacts. In addition to being informative, Harvardwood 101 was also a lot of fun."
- Ellen O'Leary, 2014 Harvardwood 101 participant

"This is by far the best way to get a feel for the film industry, and if you are at all interested in coming to Hollywood, you should be on this trip."
- TJ Barber, 2014 Harvardwood 101 participant

New Members' Welcome

Harvardwood warmly welcomes all members that joined the organization over the past month, including:

+ Ramiro Almeida, On-Campus, GSD
+ Frederika Archibald, On-Campus, College
+ Jordan Barel, LA, Friend of Harvardwood
+ Marianne Camarda, NY, Friend of Harvardwood
+ Alexander Chi, LA, College
+ David W. Ehrlich, NY, HLS
+ Lindsay Goffman, LA, Friend of Harvardwood
+ James Higgins, NY, College & HBS
+ Charlotte Hillman, On-Campus, College
+ Lawrence Angelo B. Katigbak, On-Campus, College
+ Alexander N. Lee, On-Campus, College
+ Rebecca S. Lewin, Denver, College & HMS
+ Elizabeth Marks, NY, College
+ Abraham D. Polinsky, On-Campus, College
+ Andrea Raynor, NY, HDS
+ Christopher White, DC, College

Our Director of Membership Experience, Lano Williams, will be hosting a New Members' Orientation in Los Angeles in the second half of February and another similar event in New York in early March! Contact Lano at [email protected] if you have any questions about your Harvardwood membership.

Member Profile: Helen Estabrook '03 - Producer of LABOR DAY (in theaters now)

estabrook.jpgby Cristina Slattery

"Every producer treats the job a little bit differently,” says Helen Estabrook ’03, one of the producers of the recently released LABOR DAY as well as a producer of films such as YOUNG ADULT, UP IN THE AIR, and JEFF, WHO LIVES AT HOME.

She continues, "You are creating an entire company,” each time a new production starts.

Right now, Estabrook is running Jason Reitman’s production company and she spends several months a year on set, away from her L.A. base. She explains that different types of producers are needed on a film set and that her role is that of creative producer.

Before moving to L.A., Estabrook worked in New York as a production assistant and for an agency as an assistant. Originally from Champaign, Illinois, Estabrook has two older sisters and two older brothers. Her parents have been married for almost fifty years and she says that they are the people she most admires in the world. She also mentions that her nephew and nieces have helped define her – "the good parts.”

As a child, Estabrook recalled that she and her dad would go to one of their favorite restaurants and eat "unsanctioned junk food” after school and she says that she also read a lot and watched a lot of television. At Harvard, which she entered at sixteen, and from which she graduated with a degree in sociology, she participated in extra-curricular activities such as theater, the Signet, Crimson Key and CityStep.

Estabrook took a lot of film courses as an undergraduate and acknowledges that she once considered becoming an actress, but that when she "discovered stage managing and producing, everything became clear.” She cites her friends as one of the enduring legacies of her college experience and keeps in daily contact with four of them, in part, in order to keep herself aware of the dramatically different life paths that exist and to escape the myopia that can sometimes come with living in L.A. and being involved in "the business.”

Labor_Day_Poster.jpgStories of "loneliness and connection” and "honest stories about actual experiences” most interest Estabrook although she says it can be hard to pinpoint exactly what makes her know she wants to be part of a particular project.

She explains that newly released LABOR DAY is a nostalgic, classic Hollywood drama and that in her role as a creative producer it was important to think about the entire film during each moment of shooting. (The film is set in the 1980s.) WHIPLASH, another recently released film, focuses on what a person has to sacrifice in order to be what he or she wants to be – a theme that Estabrook says particularly resonates with her.

As for the actors she has worked with – she has no horror stories to provide: all have been "wonderful, talented and down-to-earth.” And, although each set becomes a company – and a community – and it may bittersweet when a shoot is over, Estabrook says she relishes the time she can spend with her friends back in L.A. when it is time to return.

When asked about where she sees herself in five years, Estabrook laughed, indicating that to make a prediction might be absurd. If her past achievements are any indication, however, her own star will continue to rise!cristinaslattery2.jpg

Cristina Slattery is a freelance writer currently based in New York. Her articles have been published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek Japan,, and elsewhere.


***NYC - Harvardwood Presents Andre Bishop '70 The Role of the Artistic Director, Tues., Feb. 25***

For more than three decades, Andre Bishop '70 has profoundly influenced the American theater. Since January 1992, he has been the Artistic Director and, since 2013, the Producing Artistic Director of the Lincoln Center Theater. Andre Bishop will be interviewed by playwright (and Harvardwood NYC Chapter Head) Spence Porter. We expect this event to sell out early, and advance registration is REQUIRED. This event is graciously hosted by the Dramatists Guild… To view full posting, please visit:

NYC - Harvardwood Classical Salon: CHOPIN - BEETHOVEN - BACH, Sun., Feb. 23

We are thrilled that Yelena Grinberg, one of New York's finest pianists, has agreed to welcome us into her home a very few times each year for a special series of intimate concerts, played on her own piano, just for us. Three magnificent sonatas for cello and piano, all three in G minor, one by Chopin, one by Beethoven, and one by Bach. But it's not the Bach you're thinking of--it's Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, son of Johann Sebastian! Advance registration is required, and the concert is limited to only 22 people… To view full posting, please visit:

BOS - Harvardwood Co-sponsors a Prescreening of SUITS: The New Season, Thurs., Feb. 27

Eager for the new season of SUITS to start up? Watch it before the season officially begins at Breattle Theater with fellow Harvard students in this special event that will feature cast appearances, giveaways, and more. Registration is on a FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED basis only, so we recommend that you RSVP for the event immediately. All attendees must be current Harvard students, and RSVP does not guarantee admission… To view full posting, please visit:

LA - C.L.A. invites Harvardwood to Publishing Agreements & Literary Contracts, Sat., Feb. 1

Join attorney Jennifer Kennedy for an in-depth workshop that guides writers through the contracts involved with the book and publishing industry. During the hour and a half workshop, we will explore author-publisher, author-agent, and writer collaboration agreements, along with strategies for navigating a publishing deal. We will also briefly discuss the self-publishing marketplace and the many digital options for self-publishing… To view full posting, please visit:

LA - C.L.A. invites Harvardwood to Film Distribution Deals, Wed., Feb. 5

Join CLA and attorneys Caroline Raufi and Candace Leung for an advanced-level, hands-on seminar on film distribution. First we'll discuss the process of film distribution, the current models for film distribution, and practical tips about getting films picked up for distribution. We'll also discuss the changing environment of film distribution - both why and how films are finding a home on VoD and streaming services, sometimes before, during, or in lieu of theatrical release… To view full posting, please visit:

LA - Harvardwood Co-presents: Hollywood Meets Silicon Beach, Sat., Feb. 8

Please join Harvardwood, the HBSASC, and the HBS Hollywood Trek for our 2014 Entertainment Panel & Mixer: Hollywood Meets Silicon Beach! Despite the emergence of digital media, many forms of traditional media continue to thrive. Hear industry experts discuss and debate the battle between traditional media and digital media. Full Members receive discounted advance tickets, and the ticket price includes a buffet lunch… To view full posting, please visit:

LA - The Ivy Plus Society invites Harvardwood to the Annual Sweetheart Soiree, Wed., Feb. 12

Put on your V-day best and join The Ivy Plus Society and Linked Up at Shore Bar, where the elite partygoers of LA come to party and play all night long! Take advantage of this opportunity to gain exclusive access into this extremely popular spot. Enjoy incredible handcrafted specialty cocktails while mingling with tons of professionals in the industry… To view full posting, please visit:

LA - C.L.A. invites Harvardwood to Fair Use in Filmmaking, Wed., Feb. 19

Join CLA and USC Law professor Jack Lerner in a seminar that explores the fair use of artistic works in film. This seminar is at an advanced level. Filmmakers, film students, and producers with a basic understanding of copyright law are welcome to attend. Attorneys and law students will find it especially useful… To view full posting, please visit:

LA - C.L.A. invites Harvardwood to Relax with Tax for Artists and the Self-Employed, Sat., Feb. 22

Tax season is upon us! Don't miss this annual seminar on the essentials of income tax for individual artists and artist groups of all disciplines and the self-employed. Learn how you can efficiently track income and expenses throughout the year and correctly file your taxes. Topics will include record keeping, Form 1040, Schedule C, the self-employment schedule, deductions, hobby losses, home offices, and more… To view full posting, please visit:

LA - C.L.A. invites Harvardwood to 21st Century Musician: Making a Living Making Music

This day-long event will feature a number of useful panels for musicians, such as: Are Record Labels Necessary; The Cost of Entertainment; How to Protect Your Intellectual Property When You Publish Your Media Online; Monetizing Online Content, and much more. A free copy of MUSIC LAW by Thomas Leavens is included with every paid registration too… To view full posting, please visit:

Participating in a Harvardwood program or workshop? Renew your membership!

With spring approaching, Harvardwood is gearing up for the next round of programs, whether it's the Spring TV Writing Modules or one of the fiction writing courses in our Harvardwood Literary Workshop Series! And now that the winners of the last Harvardwood Writers Competition have been announced, we're looking forward to receiving and reading a new batch of submissions later this year. To apply and participate in many of these programs, you must be a dues-current Full Member of Harvardwood. Renew or upgrade your membership to Full Member status here:


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