Session

Binge Culture

In the age of Netflix, TV shows are ready-made for bingeing. How has this changed screenwriting methods? Reach for the popcorn with Megan Abbott (The Deuce), Brodie Lancaster (No Way! Okay, Fine) and Benjamin Law (The Family Law) as they explore the influence of viewer trends on television.

$22/$19
Tickets go on sale at 9am Friday 21 July. This session is able to be booked on a Festival Pass.

Supported by Victoria University

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Writers

Benjamin Law

Benjamin Law is an author, journalist, screenwriter and columnist. He is the author of two books – The Family Law and Gaysia:...

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Brodie Lancaster

Brodie Lancaster is a writer, editor and occasional DJ based in Melbourne, Australia. Her writing has appeared in Rookie,...

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Megan Abbott

Megan Abbott is the award-winning author of eight novels, including The End of Everything, Dare Me and The Fever. She...

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Stephanie Van Schilt

Stephanie Van Schilt is a writer, podcaster and editor. Her work on feminism and pop culture has featured in The Australian, The...

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