TV Writers Panel, December 3, 2016 – Meet Writer, Rene Gube (of the CW’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”)

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FilAm Creative (FAC) celebrates seven years of supporting the advancement of Filipino Americans in entertainment and media!

Saturday, December 3rd will be our Fil-Am Creative: Television Writers Panel  — a panel discussion and networking event featuring special guest panelists who represent the craft of writing across the board.

Join the conversation with Asian and Filipino American writers working in network television today.  Listen to their experiences as working writers in scripted television and how they got to where they are now.  Interact with the panelists and FAC members during the reception and after party.  Learn about open opportunities and build your network.

Saturday, December 3, 2016 
From 6:30pm to 8pm
PILIPINO WORKERS CENTER
153 Glendale Boulevard in Historic Filipinotown
Los Angeles, CA. 90026  

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* Between Colton Street and Rockwood Street, inside Larry Itliong Village.  Available street parking near and around PWC.  Watch for signs.

FREE ADMISSION but, donations are welcome.  

SEATING IS LIMITED.  To reserve a seat(s) for you and your friends, you must RSVP at filamcreative@gmail.com to get on the list before we reach full capacity.  You do not need to be Filipino or a FAC member to attend our event.  

Facebook Event Page:  https://www.facebook.com/events/1866196176947472/

Use the hashtag, #FACwriterspanel on all of your social media platforms for this event.

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MEET ONE OF THE EVENT’S SPECIAL GUEST PANELISTS:

RENE GUBE
~ writer / executive story editor / co-producer ~

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Rene Gube

Rene Gube is a writer, performer and improviser from San Diego, CA. After teaching high school history in East Los Angeles, Rene found his way to comedy through studying long-form improv and sketch at Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.

He continues to perform regularly at UCB LA with his improv group JV.

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Rene is currently a writing Co-Producer for the CW musical comedy Crazy Ex Girlfriend, where he also recurs as Father Brah.  The following are a few samples of his work from the show.

Rene’s first written episode was Season 1’s My First Thanksgiving with Josh!  The episode made television history when it introduced the first Filipino American family to appear on primetime U.S. broadcast TV.  He was also this episode’s executive story editor.

He wrote and co-produced the recent Season 2 episode, When Will Josh See How Cool I Am? including the song, I Could If I Wanted To (reprise).

Last season, he wrote the song, California Christmastime for the episode, My Mom, Greg’s Mom and Josh’s Sweet Dance Moves!

When Rene is not working he enjoys pick-up basketball, ambitious salads, and the Trulia app with his wife Briga.

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