Kellie R Griffin to Offer Writing Tips for RealVibez Film Festival

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MIAMI, Florida – Kellie R Griffin is no stranger to top-class writing. 

RealVibez recognizes that. 

We are therefore pleased to announce that filmmakers and storytellers will have an experience of a lifetime for a session with Kellie on Wednesday, August 25, 2021

The half an hour session (10:35 – 11:05 am EST) will look at Writing your way into the hearts of minds of networks. The session will look at the dos and don’ts. What really makes a good story great? 

Kellie is a Howard University graduate, holding a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Social Work, Kellie took a leap of faith and changed careers, following a more creative path in entertainment, which now spans 20 years. 

Kellie has worked on a number of films, stage plays, and television shows, including serving as Head Writer on Tyler Perry’s “House of Payne,” running two writers’ rooms in both Atlanta and Los Angeles, simultaneously, for over 100 episodes, with an insanely intense schedule, shooting three (3) episodes per week. Yes, you read that right. 

She has also served as Co-Executive Producer on Season 3 of Netflix’s “Fuller House,” Consulting Producer on NBC’s “Crowded,” and Creator of BET’s “Reed Between the Lines,” which premiered to 3.3 million viewers and starred Tracee Ellis Ross and Malcolm-Jamal Warner. 

More recently, Kellie’s work includes writing and developing “Karma’s World,” an animated children’s series for Netflix, created by rapper/actor Ludacris, writing for Nickelodeon’s “The Loud House,” and co-writing a pilot for Disney Channel with actress Raven-Symoné. 

Currently, Kellie resides in Los Angeles, CA where she is developing her own animated series, “Just Your Average Family,” and writing her first book, which is guidebook for new writers – “The WRITE Book: A Shitload of Information for Television and Film Writers and Other Industry Peeps.”
For more on the inaugural Film Festival go to www.realvibez.com/2021filmfestival