There are many things about screenwriting that can be taught, from structure and character development to plot devices and plot points. But your voice is something that can't be taught. It's the decisions you make when the screen is blank: the cadence of the language, the poetry in the descriptions, the pacing and flow of the entire composition. It's all of those things and more. Simply put, it's you. Panelists will talk about not only finding your voice, but learning to recognize and hone it.