LB here to let everyone know what’s happening this month in TVWriter™’s online workshops.
This will be short, I promise. But it could be important. So:
ADVANCED TV AND FILM WRITING WORKSHOP
The 153rd 4 week online Advanced Workshop ended last week, and most of the happy students will be returning for the next one, which starts a week from today, on November 11, 2015.
The not so good news is that this will be the last Advanced Workshop of the year, with the next one not starting till January, 2015.
The good news is that 1 opening is left.
The Advanced Workshop is the one where you work on a script in class, uploading 10 or so pages a week for your classmates and me to read thoughtfully and insightfully so that at each class meeting we can give you brilliant suggestions for ways to make what you’re writing even better.
Unless I’m in a bad mood, in which case I’m going to blast your Oops, just kidding. Ignore that last sentence, all right?
You’ll find all the info you need for the next session of the Advanced Workshop HERE
LARRY BRODY’S MASTER CLASS
The Master Class is a rough one. It takes a lot of time and energy from students and teacher alike. I’m thinking that it doesn’t really fit into the joyful reality of the upcoming Holiday Season, so the next one probably won’t start until mid to late January of next year.
The Master Class is the one that’s open only to professional or pro level writers. (That’s why it’s so tough.) If you believe that you qualify and are ready for me to read your entire script and all its subsequent revisions and give you all the helpful info I can over a 4-Week period, you’ll find more info about the Master Class is HERE
(Well, actually, you’ll find it there even if you don’t think you should take the class. I can’t say that TVWriter™ has no secrets from its loyal visitors but, you know, only very few.)
FUNDAMENTALS OF TV & FILM WRITING WORKSHOP
Sorry, kids, but our trusty Fundamentals Workshop, the one that started the whole TVWriter University thing rolling, is suspended till further notice. I’m trying to revise the curriculum and its presentation so that the Fundamentals of TV and film writing can be better communicated to the assortment of new writers from all over the world (last time around we had students in Beijing, Hong Kong, and South Africa, for example) and in different time zones.
Hmm, here’s a thought. If anyone out there has an idea about how to improve the Fundamentals Workshop to make its internationalism its strength instead of, well, my problem child. let me know HERE