Mar 6, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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THE COFFEE BREAK SCREENWRITER … IN PHOENIX
A Screenwriting Class For the Busy Person
Got a movie or TV idea? Want to write, but think you're too busy? Think again.
This three-hour intensive helps busy writers brainstorm, outline and craft their movie or tv scripts through 10-minute writing tools that make the most of those precious moments of stolen writing time.
Get ready to work. This class will help you get your story "On the Page."
COST: $100.00 must go to her website to pay
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For more on Pilar go to www.onthepage.tv
About Pilar Alessandra:
Pilar Alessandra is the director of the popular writing program "On The Page." A sought after teacher and lecturer, she's traveled the world teaching screenwriting and is in high demand at major writing conferences and film festivals. As a consultant, she's helped thousands of writers create, refine and sell their screenplays. Her students and clients have sold to Disney, DreamWorks, Warner Brothers and Sony and have won prestigious competitions such as the Austin Film Festival, Open Door Competition, Fade-In Competition and Nicholl Fellowship.
Pilar jump-started her career in film as a script reader for Amblin Entertainment. With the formation of DreamWorks, she became Senior Story Analyst and a reader liaison between the studio and Robert Zemeckis's company, ImageMovers. Her expert script analysis was also sought out by The Robert Evans Company, Cineville Entertainment, Handprint Entertainment and Saturday Night Live Studios, and work at Interscope Communications led her to a position as Senior Story Analyst for Scott Kroopf's production company Radar Pictures.
Pilar was later bitten by the "teaching bug" while teaching screenwriting and story analysis at the UCLA Writers' Program. In 2001 she started her own company, "On the Page," and in 2004 opened the On the Page Writers Studio in Sherman Oaks, California.