Student selected for Stowe Story Labs Screenwriting Training
The New Mexico Film Office and Stowe Story Labs announced the ten projects were chosen for the first New Voices • New Mexico screenwriting training program for emerging New Mexican screenwriters.
The ten projects (13 participants in total) were chosen through a competitive application
process from a talented pool of 200 applicants. The training program will start this month and
be conducted in three phases lasting a total of six months.
Run by Stowe Story Labs Founder and Director David Rocchio and Co-Founder David Pope, New Voices • New Mexico is designed to support emerging screenwriters in developing foundational skills necessary for writing feature film and television scripts.
SFCC Film student Daniel Peaslee was one of those selected. Here’s a description of his project:
Bluebird Patrol // Supernatural Thriller — TV
A former EMT takes a mysterious federal job in a remote area to get away from years of work-related trauma and discovers her new job involves monitoring unexplainable and seemingly supernatural forces in the woods. With this revelation, she finds she has to both protect the public
from the sometimes malevolent supernatural and contend with those who would exploit it for selfish means.
Congratulations to Daniel Peaslee. We look forward to hearing about the development of your screenplay.
For more information about SFCC’s film program, email Milton Riess.
Image: SFCC Film program.