Writing can be rough, especially when you’re just starting out. It’s easy to lose your bearings (and even your mind).
After twenty years of writing for numerous films and television series and creating a series of my own, I have developed a process for avoiding the pitfalls and errors that often lead to failure and torment.
During this 7 hour, one day intensive workshop, I’ll share my personal checklist — the step-by-step method I use for developing television pilots and films.
I’ll not only explain this process in detail, most of the seminar will be spent applying this checklist to projects writer’s bring to class.
They will leave class with a functional, if not compelling concept, and a set of tools they can use with future projects.
Writers will show up with a concept for a television pilot ready to further develop in class. In future seminars, writers will have an opportunity to develop their ideas into treatments, pitches, outlines, scripts, rewrites, etc.
Sunday October 15, 2017
We will also be discussing other topics such as:
How to Get a Manager or Agent
Tips on Pitching
How to Thrive in the Writers Room
Pros and Cons of Writing Partnerships
Navigating the Challenges of a Creative Life
For Questions about the workshop please email