Page 2 Screen, a half-hour TV series focusing on screenwriting, local filmmaking, and Tennessee’s film industry premieres in August on the NECAT Network in Nashville. The series, which uses a talk-show format and a live studio audience, is produced by volunteer members of the Tennessee Screenwriting Association, a not-for-profit educational organization formed in 1988.
Episodes of Page 2 Screen premiering in September feature:
Steven Womack. Steven has written scripts for network and cable studios and is the author of the Edgar award-winning Harry James Denton series of crime novels. He was on the faculty of Tennessee’s first film school and is one of the founding members of the Tennessee Screenwriting Association (“TSA”). Steven discusses how to adapt a book into a screenplay, his adventures in the screen trade, and the mistakes he’s seen from writing students.
Cat Stewart. Cat spent years in Los Angeles as a script reader, development executive, and script consultant and is now the manager of the Nashville Film Festival’s screenwriting competition. Cat goes in-depth with host Irish Johnston on the contest circuit, “notes,” and she reviews loglines submitted by TSA members.
Episodes of Page 2 Screen premiere on the NECAT Network, which can be seen on Channel 19 in Nashville and on smart TV’s that offer the NECAT app on Roku. Primary air dates are Mondays at 1:00 pm and Thursdays at 10:00 pm. Repeat viewings can also be seen on NECAT’s affiliate channels (see the NECAT schedule). Episodes will upload to the TSA’s YouTube channel after their NECAT premiere.