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Writing Seminars & Live Writing Events

Calling all writers! Take advantage of live writing events to put your knowledge and skills to the test. From screenwriting conferences to writing seminars with legendary storytellers, learn the fundamentals of the movie industry and tips for success. Looking for a creative writing class online? Learn the principles of storytelling and how to write a successful TV script from award-winning screenwriters, novelists, and industry professionals.

How Comedy Works - April 1, 2017 1:00PM

April 01, 2017

Screenwriter David Misch (“Mork & Mindy”, “The Muppets Take Manhattan”, “Duckman”, “Police Squad!”, “Saturday Night Live”), author of the award-eligible “Funny: The Book”, presents a class which comes with an ironclad guarantee that it will impart no usable skills. Okay, that could be an exaggeration, but David’s given the same guarantee at the Smithsonian Institute, Austin Film Festival, Actors Studio, Yale, Columbia, Oxford University,...


I've Written a Great Script... Now What? - April 22 2017

April 22, 2017

The manager says, “Get an agent.” The agent says, “Get an entertainment attorney.” The attorney says, “Get a manager.”  Am I getting a run-around or what? So, how do I get a manager, an agent or an attorney so I can experience the run-around? Come along for the ride as Ken Rotcop guides you on the harrowing path from Final Draft to Red Carpet Premieres. Ken Rotcop an award winning writer and the creative head of four studios tells you the...