Being Professional: FREE Workshop with Adam Coplan
At a Glance
Being Professional teaches the ABCs of screenwriting from a practical perspective, rather than theoretical or academic. Coplan highlights the many traps, mistakes, and pitfalls that frequently plague writers of all experience levels and shows them the difference between simply completing a script as an amateur, and taking an idea and executing the best version of it as a professional piece, worthy of industry attention.
In this interactive workshop, Coplan will teach from a section in his book on creating strong characters and will lead the group through some writing exercises to help get your creativity flowing!
A book signing for Adam Coplan's new release, Being Professional: A Master Guide to the Dos and Don'ts of Screenwriting, will follow the workshop.
Join Adam Coplan for this FREE event!
September 24th, 2016, 2:00PM - 5:00PM
The Writers Store
3510 W. Magnolia Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91505
Saturday September 24, 2016
2:00PM - 5:00PM
- Date available: 07/28/2016
- Return policy: 30 days
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Meet the Author: Adam Coplan
Adam Coplan was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, and moved to Los Angeles shortly after graduating from George Washington University to pursue a career in film production. After his nearly two decades in the business, his resume is a distinctive blend of experience that makes him uniquely qualified to teach and discuss screenwriting. He has been a script reader at a major agency, story editor for one of the most prolific producers in film history, Vice President of Development for arguably the most script-conscious and literate producers of all time, and Vice President of Production for a third hugely successful producer. He has been a screenwr...