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The Cosby Program, established by Drs. Bill and Camille Cosby, is seeking talented African-American screen writers for a 15-week program that begins early 2012.

The program is not designed for beginning-level writers, though a degree in cinematic writing or filmmaking is not required. Applicants are required to have taken a few workshops or classes in the past.

Applications can be submitted until September 15th 2011.

An application includes a statement expressing interest in the program; a completed script for a feature film, sitcom or one hour drama; a treatment or outline for a new unscripted feature or television script for a show that is currently on air, a resume and a description of coursework taken in studying writing.

Read more about the program at CosbyProgram.com

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