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Video > Audio Books & Online Writing Workshops

The Writers Store's online writing workshops offer professional instruction and insight from some of the top players in the entertainment business. They cover featured topics such as writing screenplays, writer's inspiration and creative writing workshops, story devices and design, grammar basics, writing a pitch, and screenwriting tips. Learn how to succeed within the world of film with our writing workshops online!

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Save The Cat! Strikes Back by Blake Snyder
Storywise: How To Write a TV Pilot Script by Jen Grisanti
Storywise: How to Write a TV Spec Script by Jen Grisanti
Story: Substance, Structure, Style, and the Principles of... by Robert McKee
Creating a Production Company by Monika Skerbelis, Rona Edwards
Truby's Secrets: How to Write A Blockbuster by John Truby
Writing for Reality TV - 2014 Screenwriters World Confere...
Writing Great Dialogue by Karl Iglesias
A Safari Guide to Finding Your True Process - 2014 Screen... by Karl Iglesias, Lisa Alden, Pen Densham, Ruth Atkinson,...
Building The Perfect Scene
Connecting with Characters by Karl Iglesias
Crafting Loglines That Sell by Daniel Manus
Crime Scene 101: Death to Dust by Professor Ron Armstrong
Develop and Pitch TV Shows Panel - 2014 Screenwriters Wor... by William Rabkin
Q&A: Industry Insider View on Film Financing by Anthony Grieco
Key Emotions of Storytelling by Karl Iglesias
Kinetic Logline by Bill Boyle
Legal 411: How to Secure Literary Representation and Sho... by Dinah Perez
MYTHWORKS: Alpha Babes by Pamela Jaye Smith