Notification: December 30, 2012
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The Guy Hanks & Marvin Miller Screenwriting Program, aka The Cosby Program, will be accepting applications from July 15th to September 15, 2008.
The Guy A. Hanks and Marvin Miller Screenwriting Program has announces its 2008 program participants.
Starting its seventh year, THE GUY A. HANKS & MARVIN MILLER SCREENWRITING PROGRAM, established by Drs. Bill and Camille Cosby at the USC School of Cinema-Television, will begin accepting applications August 15th-October 15, 2004.
The Guy Hanks & Marvin Miller Screenwriting Program, sponsored by Drs. Bill & Camille Cosby, has announced their 2004 fellowship winners.
Starting its tenth year, THE GUY A. HANKS & MARVIN MILLER SCREENWRITING PROGRAM, will begin accepting applications August 15th-October 15, 2003. Established by Drs. Bill and Camille Cosby at the USC School of Cinema-Television this program has single-handedly brought about more successful African-American Writers in the entertainment industry than any other program of its type.
An interview with screenwriter Shequeta Smith regarding the Cosby Writing Competition.