NYC Screenwriters Collective Message Board › Saturday, Aug. 10th: HOW TO WRITE A SCREENPLAY IN 10 WEEKS, NYCSC discount offer
HOW TO WRITE A SCREENPLAY IN 10 WEEKS
Taught by university professor and writing coach:
A goal is a dream with a deadline. Are you dreaming of writing a screenplay? Now you can! Whether you’re starting a new script, polishing a first draft or picking up a project that’s been “shelved”, this seminar will teach you how to write your script fast. Based on Marilyn Horowitz’ book ‘How to Write a Screenplay in 10 Weeks’, you will learn advanced writing techniques that focus on character first, plot second.
This seminar provides an overview of her trademarked writing technique taught to hundreds of writers who have finished their screenplay in 10 weeks or less!
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Saturday, 3-5 pm
244 West 54th Street, 12th floor
MEMBERSHIP (NYCSC DISCOUNT) PRICE:
RSVP AND PAY AT THE DOOR
Meet the Instructor:
Marilyn Horowitz is an award-winning New York University professor, author, producer, and Manhattan-based writing coach. She works with first time and published novelists, new and produced screenwriters, and emerging and award-winning filmmakers. Marilyn is also a judge for the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship Program for film and media students.
Marilyn has a created a revolutionary system that yields a new, more effective way of writing. She is the author of six books using the method, including editions for college, high school, and middle school. Marilyn has taught more than 100 classes, seminars, and workshops across the country for groups including the Writers Guild of America East, NYWIFT Philadelphia Writer’s Conference, Script DC, and Screenwriters World East. She is a frequent speaker and presenter at the Great American PitchFest and the Screenwriting Expo in Los Angeles.
In addition, Marilyn has written several feature-length screenplays, one of which was optioned. Her production credits include the feature films And Then Came Love (2007), starring Vanessa Williams and distributed by Warner Bros.; Caleb’s Door (2009), distributed by Around the Scenes; Found in Time (2011);Nocturnal Agony (2011); and The One (2011).