Creatives gather on Capitol Hill to share stories and insight about the complex process involved in bringing a story to life.

On Wednesday, CreativeFuture joined a distinguished set of film and television veterans in a “From Script to Screen” event on Capitol Hill, hosted by Creative Rights Caucus Co-Chairs Rep. Judy Chu and Rep. Doug Collins. At the event, the creatives behind some of the most beloved movies and TV shows in history shed light on the complex creative process involved in bringing a story to life.

The “From Script to Screen” participants included Elizabeth Frank, Executive Vice President and Chief Content & Programming Officer, AMC Theatres; Jason George, Actor, SAG-AFTRA (Grey’s Anatomy and Mistresses); Richard N. Gladstein, President & Producer, FilmColony (The Hateful Eight and The Cider House Rules); Vivian Tarn, VP, Strategic Initiatives, Investments & Banking, The Weinstein Company (Silver Linings Playbook and The Kings Speech); James V. Hart, Screeenwriter (Hook and Contact); Chad Kali, Art Director, IATSE Local USA 829; Bob Levin, President, Screen Engine/ASI; and Paul Redford, Writer/Producer (The West Wing and Madame Secretary).

In addition to CreativeFuture, participants in the event included the Directors Guild of America, Independent Film & Television Alliance, International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Motion Picture Association of America, and the Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

Below are some highlights: