Transparent: Shooting for Authenticity
The Power of TV: Trans Visibility in Storytelling
A conversation that explores the pathways and roadblocks to expanding storytelling and visibility of trans individuals and communities.
The Power of TV: Representing Disability in Story Telling: Daryl "Chill" Mitchell
The Power of TV: Representing Disability in Storytelling
A panel conversation moderated by Holly Robinson Peete addressing the onscreen representation of people with disabilities as well as pathways for increased access and opportunity.
The Power of TV: Representing Disability in Storytelling: Shoshannah Stern
This Close creator, Shoshannah Stern, talks about fear as a motivating factor contributing to companies not hiring people with disabilities.
The Power of TV: Representing Disability in Storytelling: RJ Mitte
RJ Mitte of Now Apocalypse on how he got the role of a lifetime on Breaking Bad.
Staying at the Table: A Conversation with Henry Winkler
Moderator Tom Bergeron and a panel of special guests discuss Henry Winkler's multi-hyphenate career in television in an intimate and hilarious conversation.
Veterans Day: Television and the Military Experience
Three insightful panels featuring the issues impacting veterans and how television portrays them.
Who Taught Them Everything They Know?
Full 90-minute panel. Television industry professionals talk about how mentors helped to guide and influence their careers.
Penning Pennsylvania Avenue
Kal Penn of Designated Survivor leads the discussion on what is fact and fiction when the oval office is recreated for television.
Words + Music: A Concert Celebrating Music Written for Television
Words + Music, a concert celebrating the importance of original songs and scores in television storytelling, was held in the Wolf Theater on June 29, 2017.