MIDPOINT Writers' Room 2021

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One of MIDPOINT Institute's programs dedicated to scripted series writing and development, the Writers’ Room  is designed to train specialized writing skills and offer practical knowledge about the organization of a writers’ room.

The one-off event spans over 4 training days and consists of lectures and simulation of a writers’ room, including plotting and writing exercises, and is aimed at writers and producers with the ambition of becoming hired writers’ room members or showrunners, without a particular project in development. The program runs in the English language.

The individual participants, entering the program as talents looking into enhancing their craft and writing skills, will get acquainted with the structure, hierarchy and processes running in a writers’ room from two different perspectives. 

The program’s graduates will acquire knowledge and skills connected to the processes occurring during scripted series writing, such as creative teamwork, joint brainstorming, and creating or following one unified narrative voice and vision as well as the structure of a series episode itself.

The program's schedule and the form of the organization inevitably depend on the development of the coronavirus pandemic situation.



Do you have a series project in development and want to work on it under the leadership of world-renowned tutors? Our "idea-to-market" project development program MIDPOINT TV Launch might be just the right thing for you! Within this program, we are also offering a training for aspiring development executives.

If you're looking into developing a short form (web-) series, check out our project-based training MIDPOINT Smash Cut.

Independent producers interested in shifting from feature films to television content, feel free to learn more about our yet another TV dedicated sidebar program MIDPOINT Cold Open.


October 18 - 21, 2021
(in case an online format is inevitable, the workshop's span is expected for approx. 2 weeks)


Obristvi, located near Prague, Czech Republic

Who is it for?

* writers or writing producers (active role in the program)
* producers (observing role in the program)

Eligible countries

* all Europe (primary focus on Central and Eastern Europe)


* closed


* 500 EUR

The tuition, full board and accommodation is offered within the participation fee. Travel costs should be covered by the participants themselves. 

Contact person

Katarina Tomkova
Program Coordinator