Now What?: Guidelines for Getting Your Script to the Screen
WHEN: Next class coming soon
WHERE: On Zoom
Almost as soon as “The End” is written, every screenwriter is confronted with one inescapable question: Now what?
This class explores the multiple routes – and a few shortcuts – aspiring screenwriters can take to get their work – and themselves – noticed. As Edna Mode states in The Incredibles, “Luck favors the prepared.” And that’s what this class will do: prepare you with the practical knowledge and knowhow to make informed decisions for when you usher your script into the Real World.
How do you protect your work? What is the WGA? Should you enter script-writing contests? How can you get an agent? What’s the difference between an agent and a manager? What’s an option? These are just a few of the topics we’ll cover in the 8-week course.
And, yes, there will be homework. You’ll create a set of effective log lines for your script along with verbal and written thumbnail pitches. Also, particular focus will be spent on developing a pitch deck.
Contact me if you’d like to be notified when enrollment for the next class opens.