In this popular, advanced Expo session, produced screenwriter Heather Hale uses humor, candor, and in-the-trenches compassion to distill the journey of getting a script off your hard drive, into the hands of script readers, and up onto the big (or little) screen. If you already know how to write a script, typing "Fade Out" is only the half the battle. Heather uses classic screenplay format to give you the tools and techniques you need to maneuver the harsh landscape of Hollywood. How will you know when your script is ready? Which screenwriting contests can really help your career? Why are there 4,400 production companies but only 15 real buyers? How do you find and cultivate champions of you and your work? How can you a career in screenwriting if you don't live in LA? Heather's DVD answers these questions and more.
Part of the Screenwriting Expo DVD Series, this 90-minute masters course is an exceptional value. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from the finest in teaching screenwriting today.
- Manufacturer Creative Screenwriting
- Date available: 01/01/2010
- Publication date: 12/31/2004
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Meet the Author: Heather Hale
Heather Hale is a film and television writer, director and producer, as well as a script consultant and popular international speaker. Her credits include writing, directing and producing Snitch, a feature thriller that starred Edward Furlong (Terminator 2), Ed Asner (Up, Lou Grant) and Meat Loaf Aday (Fight Club, Rocky Horror Picture Show); writing The Courage to Love, the $5.5 million dollar 2000 Lifetime Original Movie that starred Vanessa Williams, Diahann Carroll, Gil Bellows and Stacy Keach, two PBS series that both won Emmys and two series for Faith for Today TV that both won Tellys...