WCA Wine Glasses

We are so excited to finally unveil these first-run WCA wine glasses, featuring our brand new logo. Please consider buying one (or several!) to support WCA. We use the proceeds from merchandise to pay for expenses like monthly website hosting, and we hope to raise enough to support bigger and better events.

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A Day In The Life: Lindsey Shockley, TV Writer and Producer on BLACK-ISH

Lindsey Shockley, who received an MFA in Production from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts in 2007, currently serves as a writer and Supervising Producer on ABC’s comedy Black-ish. Writing on Black-ish is part of her duties under her overall deal with ABC Studios, a two-year pact to staff on series as well as develop new projects for the studio. The deal stems from Shockley’s stint on ABC Studios’ comedy series Hello Ladies (HBO), Trophy Wife (ABC), and Benched (USA).  She recently sold a genre-bending comedy pilot, entitled The End, to Showtime. Previously, she’s written for FOX’s Ben and Kate and NBC’s Perfect Couples.

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Q & A with Ashley York, Producer of TIG

Ashley York, who received an MFA from USC's Interactive Media & Games Division in 2006, co-directed and produced Tig, a Netflix Original and an Official Selection of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Ashley is a filmmaker interested in documentaries, feminist media, and emerging modes of storytelling. She has worked on Academy Award® nominated teams and as a producer on projects that have premiered at the Sundance, Berlin, and SXSW film festivals as well as on Oprah Winfrey’s Network, A&E, HBO, and the Sundance Channel. Ashley received her MFA from the USC's School of Cinematic Arts, where she is a part-time lecturer in the Division of Media Arts + Practice.

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Q & A with Julie Pifher, EP on MY GIANT LIFE

Julie Pifher, B.A. Production '07, is an award-winning filmmaker, specializing in both documentary and scripted content. She’s premiered three short documentaries at the Cannes International Film Festival, one of which won Best in Short Documentary. She oversees the entire production process, from development and story consulting to logistical production, international distribution to marketing. Her latest project is TLC's hit show "My Giant Life," which premiered July 14 and airs Tuesday nights at 10 p.m.

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Q & A with Louiza Vick, Agent at WPA

Louiza Vick, from St. Petersburg, Russia, earned her bachelor's degree from USC's School of Cinematic Arts. She started her career working in commercial production for companies such as Anonymous Content, The Directors Bureau, and Caviar while serving as a development consultant at Sony Television International for the Russian programming division. In November 2008, she joined Paradigm’s Production Department and got her start learning the ropes of below-the-line representation. In April 2010, Worldwide Production Agency brought her onboard as an agent serving its roster in motion pictures. Moving swiftly, she expanded WPA’s client roster to include editors. In 2014, she was named as one of Variety’s Hollywood New Leaders.

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